Thursday, June 16, 2016
In Love and War
In Love and War
Four different stories of couples who knew each other in the past put together by competitions. Overcoming past hurts and leaning on God for their future, these encouraging stories show us that God has our best in mind.
Lassoed By Love by Miralee Ferrell
Lyndsey Morgan thought she’d be working at Red Butte Resort’s gift store as an assistant manager, until she gets there and finds out she’ll be mucking stalls, with her boss being a guy from high school who’d asked her to the prom then stopped talking to her. Can she overcome her fear of horses and find true love?
Steve Graham asked Lyndsey to the prom and she turned him down. Now here she is working in his barn. Can a pampered girl and a cowboy find a future together?
Designed With Love by Kimberly Rose Johnson
Jessie Morgan enters a landscaping design competition. Her high school friend Scott is in the landscaping business as well. For some reason he stopped talking to her when she started dating the high school quarterback. They team up to win the competition, but can they put their past behind them and work together?
Hungry Hearts by Debby Mayne
Melissa Shaw owns the Spoons Diner. Cameron Prater moved back to town planning to open Chili and Chips a few doors down. They competed all through high school from student council to Valedictorian. Ten years later, nothing has changed. They agree to a truce, but with her old feelings still in place, can she be just friends with him? Who will win the challenge this time?
More Than Meets the Eye by Trish Perry
Jensy St Martin is promoted to graphic designer. She is interested in being independent rather than being in love. Phil Quinn is hired as a graphic designer as well. She hasn’t seen him since high school. Assigned to compete on a design for a customer, they end up having to work together to create an ad. Can Jensy fight the feelings she has for Phil and put behind her what she knew of Phil from high school? Is he the same bad boy or has he changed? You will love this story as Jensy finds out sometimes gossip isn’t what it appears.
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.