Would spring ever come? Haven’t you felt that way a time or two? I certainly have and I live in a southern state where winter is rarely harsh enough to keep me tucked away inside for days at a time. (I sometimes long for this. Except, in my dreams, I’m alone.)
Spring is a time of promise. The promise of all things new. In “Waiting for Spring”, Amanda Cabot solidifies this fact. It’s not a promise of growth in plants, which we expect from the season, but in people. New prospects. New life. New love.
But before we get to spring, we have to go through the drought that is called winter. Both Charlotte and Barrett experience this as life bombards them and makes spring look forever away.
“Waiting for Spring” was a pleasant read. I hate sometimes that I’m not flowery with words. I want to write a great review and when I sit down to type it out, the words escape me.
I can say, without reservation, that Amanda Cabot is definitely one of my favorite authors. I have read a number of her works, and have yet to find one that I have not enjoyed.
***I received this book from the publisher/author for purposes of review. The above is my honest opinion.***
A new identity may protect her family–but can it protect her heart?
After the loss of her husband and the birth of her baby, Charlotte has had a long, hard year. But she can find no rest from the ghosts of the past and flees to Cheyenne to put the pieces of her life back together.
Wealthy cattle baron and political hopeful Barrett Landry must make a sensible match if he is to be elected senator of the soon-to-be state of Wyoming. He needs someone with connections. Someone without a past. Yet he can’t shake the feeling that Charlotte holds the key to his heart and his future.
Will Charlotte and Barrett find the courage to look love in the face? Or will their fears blot out any chance for happiness?
Review: 5 stars
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