Her Small-Town Romance | Jill Kemerer

 


Today I am reviewing Her Small-Town Romance, the 3rd story in the Sheffield Siblings series by Jill Kemerer.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Cozy Lake Endwell, Michigan, seems the perfect place for Jade Emerson’s new T-shirt shop — and perhaps a fresh start.

After a lifetime of letdowns, she is finally ready to face the future on her own.

So when local wilderness guide Bryan Sheffield offers to help Jade overcome a past trauma, she warns him they will remain strictly business.

But soon, with the help of Bryan’s big, complicated family and a boisterous St. Bernard named Teeny, Jade’s frozen heart begins to thaw.

Now Jade wonders if she can return the favor, bringing a little happiness to a man who has long kept his own sorrow under wraps…

 

MY THOUGHTS:

Finding her way home…

This story caught my attention from the very start!

When Bryan Sheffield spots who he describes as a tiny woman who appeared to be praying or chanting or . . . something, the adventure begins. Jade Emerson has signed up for his class — something she really doesn’t want to do, but forces herself to stay.

This is the third book Jill Kemerer has written, apparently in a series, and I can’t wait to read the other two books. Once I have them, I’ll probably read all three in order. This story is so inspiring, I’m looking forward to reading it again — after the other two stories in the series.

I loved this story! I love how Jade makes friends, and learns to lean on others during rough times. And I’d say more about Jade and Bryan, but I’d rather you read their story for yourself.

What does eventually happen? I’ll let you find out for yourself. And if you get the chance, grab the other two books and read them all in order.

Whatever you do, don’t miss out on this wonderful novel.

 

Blessings!

Review © 2017 DJ Mynatt

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