Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Farmer's Daughter

The Farmer's Daughter Romance Collection
Five Historical Romances Homegrown in the American Heartland
Tracie Peterson, Mary Davis, Kelly Eileen Hake, Jill Stengl, Susan May Warren
Marty's Ride
Marty is in for the ride and experience of her life when she rushes to save her two nieces that were kidnapped from their home. She expects hardships and difficulties. What she doesn't expect to find is God, love, and friendships.

A Time to Keep
Rosalind doesn't want to marry the man her mother is pushing her towards. So when the railroad men come into town she comes up with a plan to open a diner in an attempt to spend time with a man who interests her.

Beyond Today
Amy has always lived in the shadow of her vivacious twin sister. But when a man comes to town that peaks her interest she learns to plan ahead for her future.

Myles from Anywhere
Myles left home when he was a teenage, running from a stifling home situation. But now he's a grown man and has made the mistake of falling in love with his boss's girlfriend. Myles must learn to forgive and heal before he can have the girl of his dreams.

Letters from the Enemy
Lilly has promised to marry Reggie. But he's overseas fighting the Germans. So she writes him letters while waiting at home for his return. But when she runs into a man that is clearly German her heart beats like it never has with Reggie. Lilly is torn between a promise and her heart's desire.

Each of these stories are sweet and romantic. I enjoyed each one of them, but Beyond Today and Letters from the Enemy were my favorites. Each story is a stand alone and is tied together by the theme. Each story brings out an element of faith that makes the story clean, refreshing, uplifting, and romantic.

I received this book free of charge from Barbour Publishing in exchange for my honest review.

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