Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Dandelion Field

Most romance novels are sappy and predictable.  This is book is not.  It is refreshing and surprising.  I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end.

Cody and Raine a teenagers in love who made a mistake.  Raine's mother, Ginevieve, was a teenage mom, too, who learned to survive by moving constantly and never getting close to anyone.  Just because this survival skill has worked for many years does not mean it is a good skill.  Meeting Dan Moretti reignites all the emotions in Ginevieve that makes her wants to run away.  She fears trusting again, but Dan is a man who is truly trustworthy.

The story line seems complicated at first, but makes sense as the book progresses.  It is an enjoyable read with many other delightful characters who could become future books.  I would love to read another book about the Moretti family.  I even wanted to read this same story but from Evie's perspective.  Who is Evie?  Read the book to find out!

Zondervan provided me a free copy of this book in exchange for this review which I freely give.

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