Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Plots and Pans

Plots and Pans
Kelly Eileen Hake

Jessalyn's father sent her away from their Texas ranch because of the danger. So for years she's been bouncing from school to school in England. All she wants is to return to her beloved ranch. When her father dies she books passage on the first boat home. She arrives to find that the young greenhorn Tucker is now part owner of her ranch and everything is different.

What a fun story! The characters were well developed, the romance was sweet, and the plot was enjoyable. The author also brought several heavy topics such as racial tension, women's rights, and death into the story. But she handled each subject with care and grace. I was entertained, but also blessed by reading this book. I'll definitely be adding it to my library.

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

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