Hurricane Katrina. An estranged father-son relationship. Faith. Love. These are the things that Jason has put in these compelling, moving pages of Recovering Charles. When I started reading this book, I thought it only sounded interesting and, of course, after reading Christmas Jars and The Wednesday Letters, I knew Jason had a talent for writing that is truly amazing, so I wanted to read Recovering Charles, too. By the time that I came to the last page, I knew this story was so much more than just interesting. This story is of a young man who has everything: a good career, great friendships, a girlfriend and a great future. But then the phone call comes…his estranged father is missing in the post-Katrina aftermath. He’s torn between ignoring the call or heading to New Orleans to help find his father and learn more about who he is and the man his father’s become. As he’s searching for his father, he’s also searching for himself, and finding truths about himself that he’s not sure he’s ready to accept. He’s struggling with these things he’s finding out, and learning what regret and true love really means. Will Luke find his father alive and… Read more »
A truly amazing, heart felt book! From the author of Christmas Jars, comes a book full of characters and events that will move you to tears, or make you chuckle a time or two! Set in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Jason tells of a love that never faded for 40 years, even through the most trying and difficult times. Based on one man’s promise to write his wife a letter every Wednesday, this story brings meaning to the words love,family, regret and trust. They lose both aging parents on the same night, but 3 siblings are brought back together again. While at their family’s Inn, they discover the letters their father wrote to their mother. Then they find one letter that has one very startling, long with-held family secret, that would change all of their lives. As they continue to read, they find more clues, and more answers, but can one sibling find the faith and power to forgive? I literally read this book in one day, it was that wonderful and moving! This books is intriguing, magnificently written, full of love and laughter, and one very important message: forgiveness. I just could not put this book down!… Read more »
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Another story set in Springwater, Montana, Linda Lael Miller writes of a young, abandoned mother who happened upon this friendly town by mere chance. Alone, except for her newborn son and no husband, she is quickly befriended. Then she meets him…a young, handsome, widowed rancher who’s trying to raise two very unruly, wild young boys. She’s quickly taken by him and accepts an offer she can’t possibly refuse in her situation…a marriage of convenience. He isn’t prepared for her sweet nature, or to give up the memory of his beloved wife, but he is quickly drawn in, wanting to share everything with her, not just his name and his home. But will she accept more him than just a marriage of convenience? I couldn’t wait to finish this great read and find out if this marriage of convenience could be more! I was quickly drawn in to the story and felt apart of the characters’ lives and homes! Wonderfully written and five star praises to a great author!
I give Mrs. Miller’s book more than five stars. This third installment to her Springwater Series is masterfully written. She brings new characters to the pages but still gives us lots of great glimpses of all the past characters we have grown to love!This story brings a young female saloon keeper to Springwater. She’s for her half of the local bar. But an incident on the stagecoach calls for her assistance…and just possibly her heart.He’s full of hurt and pain from the things he remembers from the war as a surgeon. He is stuck on a stagecoach with nothing but his doctor bag. A young woman is in great need of his assistance to deliver her baby but he needs strong, steady hands to help him. Can he turn to the young, beautiful saloon keeper for help?She wants to know this gentle doctor. This doctor wants see more to this saloon keeper. Will they fall…for each other that is?!I wanted to know the answer to that question as soon as I read the first chapter! Grab a copy of this amazing book by Linda Lael Miller, sit back, relax, and find out if love is in the air for this… Read more »
Another five star romantic novel by Linda Lael Miller you won’t want to pass by! An eastern school teacher…A western saloon owner…two hearts colliding in this second romantic Springwater novel. She came to Springwater, by a long standing request from her closet friend, as unpure schoolteacher. She wasn’t looking for love…her chance at love had died in the war…or did it?? His wife died in his arms and now he has a terrible secret. He’s trying to raise his daughter right. But then he helps a stranded stage out of the water…and he meets her. She doesn’t like his ways but he doesn’t feel the same. She thinks he’s all wrong for her but he thinks she’s the only one for him. Can he win this teacher’s heart?? Find out in this installment of a highly praised, wonderfully written book by an award winning author.