Wednesday, March 5, 2014

My Review of Longing For Home, Hope Springs, Volume 2 by Sarah Eden

Today I want to share with you another incredible read from the Proper Romance line at Shadow Mountain books.

I read the first book of Longing For Home and reviewed it here and I couldn't wait to read the next part of Katie's story.

As I've mentioned, I'm a fan of Sarah Eden's writing style--she is very talented. This book doesn't disappoint! The struggle Katie faces in the Wyoming town of Hope Springs is vivid and full of emotion. The ignorant hatred that she dealt with and the grace with which she did is an amazing example. At the same time, I love her independent spirit and fiery nature with determination to overcome the odds against her. The love story is sweet and kept me turning pages to find out if Katie would choose Tavish or Joseph--both great men. If you're looking for the perfect historical romance, this book fits the ticket!

Book Description:
In this much-anticipated sequel, Kate Macauley finds herself drawn even deeper into the explosive feud between the American farmers and the Irish immigrants in the small Wyoming town of Hope Springs. As Kate struggles with her decision to stay and make a home for herself, two men compete for her heart. But when the violence escalates into a full-scale war, Kate wonders if any of them will be able to survive the winter.

Hope Springs is the story of one woman’s determination to make a life for herself against all odds, and her struggle to untangle the conflicting feelings of her heart.
Sarah Eden is a wonderful writer and she's a really fun person to chat with too! I'm sharing an author video interview with her today also. Enjoy!
About the Author:
Sarah M. Eden is the author of several well-received historical romances, including Whitney Award finalists Seeking Persephone (2008) and Courting Miss Lancaster (2010). Combining her obsession with history and an affinity for tender love stories, Sarah loves crafting witty characters and heartfelt romances. She happily spends hours perusing the reference shelves of her local library.

Here’s the link to Sarah’s FB page. 


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