Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Another Great Love Finds You In. . .

This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon
Summerside Press (January 1, 2010)


Miralee Ferrell

In October 2007 Kregel Publications published The Other Daughter with excellent reviews. The Romantic Times Review magazine gave it Four out of Four and a half stars, with a very strong review. Two different major motion picture studios are currently considering the book as a possible family movie, and my second book in the series (Past Shadows) is on my publishers desk being reviewed for a possible contract offer now.

In February of 2009, Love Finds You in Last Chance, California was published by Summerside Press

And Finding Jeena will release in April 2010 from Kregel Publications.

Miralee Ferrell lives in Washington with Allen, her husband of more than 37 years, ans has two grown children. She serves on staff at her local church ans is actively involved in ministry to women.

Against a backdrop of thievery and murder in Bridal Veil Falls, Oregon, a historic logging community, a schoolteacher is torn between the memories of a distant love and the man who could be her future.

Sixteen-year-old Margaret Garvey had given her heart to Nathaniel Cooper the night he disappeared from town. Four years later, just as she's giving love a second chance with Andrew, a handsome logger, Nathaniel suddenly returns. He steams back into Bridal Veil on a riverboat to work at the nearby sawmill to town with a devastating secret.

While grappling with the betrayal of those she trusted most, Margaret risks her reputation and position by harboring two troubled runaways who might be involved in the murder of a local man.

When disaster strikes the town and threatens the welfare of its citizens, Margaret will be faced with the most important choice of her life.

If you would like to read the first chapter of Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon, go HERE

I've enjoyed several of the Love Finds You In. . . series, and this one is no exception. A bit of a mystery, a touch of romance, and a depiction of the social mores of the late 1800's and the limitations placed on a single young woman's actions. . . .all of these factors combine to produce a pleasant read.


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Cathy said...

I've got a couple of these books, but haven't read them yet. I really want too, but right now I've got to many to read to do reviews on...Ahhhh so many books and just not enough time! Good problem to have for someone who loves to read! lol

Thanks for this review. It sounds like something else I'd really enjoy.

Oh remember that medical test you just had recently? I just had mine today! So yesterday while preparing for it, I got a lot of reading done. lol Oh and everything turned out ok for me! Thank you Lord!

quilly said...

This would be such a cool read since I have actually been in the area and because my dad was a logger and I know quite a bit about the history of the industry.

Heidi said...

I work for Kregel and I love it there! How fun to read this review!! Thanks!