Today I am reviewing O Little Town of Bluestone Ridge… the first book in the Hearts of Bluestone Ridge series by Donna Reimel Robinson.
Here is a brief synopsis:
When Perry Westbrook meets single mother Lark Wilson again after ten years, he is thankful she doesn’t recognize him.
He has grown up and changed from the gangly nerd he was in high school when he teased Lark unmercifully.
She hated him. If only she never discovers his real identity.
As the weeks go by, Lark confides in Perry, and they fall in love. She never connects him to the kid she hated in high school, and Perry neglects to tell her who he really is.
Will she reject him when she finds out? Or will faith, love, and forgiveness overcome to win in the end?
O Little Town of Bluestone Ridge is the first book in the Hearts of Bluestone Ridge series. Each Bluestone Ridge book is a full-length, contemporary Christian romance novel. You’ll be intrigued by each character’s desire to find their one true love, and how they depend on God’s help to accomplish it!
The first five books of Hearts of Bluestone Ridge will be published in 2016!
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When Perry Westbrook runs off the road during a blizzard just before Christmas, he has no idea the nearest house is where Lark Trenbeth lives . . .
Lark has no idea who Perry is—or that he was the geek who pestered her in high school. But when she mentions to him how much she detested the geek . . . he decides to wait awhile before telling her who he really is.
There’s more trouble brewing with Lark’s grandmother, Mimsy . . . but if you want to know what happens, you have to read this book. I’m not about to reveal too much—and spoil it for you.
Donna Reimel Robinson writes a courageous tale, using interesting, colorful characters, who hold the reader’s attention until the very end. I am already committed to this small town of Bluestone Ridge—and the people I met. I can’t wait to continue with the series.
On a more personal note . . . I love that the scripture quoted in the book in from the King James Version of the Bible—that’s my preferred choice and the version that I read.
If you want to know when Donna’s next book will come out, look for previous releases, or read more about her, you can visit her website — HERE — and while you’re there, you can sign up to receive an email newsletter about her newest release.
God bless you!
Review © 2016 DJ Mynatt