A-Z Wednesday

This really fun book meme is hosted by
Vicki @ Reading at the Beach.

The rules are pretty simple...

1. Visit Vicki to get this week's letter.
2. Browse through your shelves for a book that starts with this week's letter.
3. Post the following info about the book you've chosen on your blog:
~ Photo, synopsis/description, link (Amazon, Christian Books, Borders, etc.)
4. Hurry back to Reading at the Beach and post a comment with a link to your post.

Love Finds You in Valentine Nebraska

by Irene Brand

Christian Fiction/Romance/Inspirational

Summerside Press
Pages: 320
ISBN: 9781934770382

(from Amazon):

Product Description

Love Finds You in Valentine, Nebraska What can a California girl do with a few dusty acres of land in rural Nebraska? So Kennedy Blaine wonders after she inherits a ranch in the small, western-style town of Valentine, Nebraska. As Kennedy makes arrangements to sell the property, she finds herself drawn to the ranch and to its attractive manager, Derek Sterling. She decides to spend the summer in her ancestral home and reconnect with family members. But soon Kennedy is subjected to harassment by someone who clearly wants her to leave Valentine. Depending on Gods protection and Dereks assistance, she sets out to discover who is behind the offenses. But when her search reveals painful details about her family and raises questions about Dereks own past, will Kennedy still want to know the truth? Love Finds You is a series of full-length romance novels that give readers a peek into the flavor of local life across the United States. The novels are uniquely named after actual American towns with quirky, interesting names that inspire romance and are just plain fun! This means that each fictional story draws on the compelling history or unique character of a real place. Our fresh, original love stories will feature everything from romance kindled in small towns, to old loves lost and found on the high plains, to new loves discovered at exciting vacation getaways.

About the Author

In a writing career spanning three decades, Irene has won numerous awards and published 45 books with sales of more than two million copies. Irene primarily writes inspirational romances, but she has also published nonfiction books, devotional materials and magazine articles. Before she became a fulltime writer, Irene taught for 23 years in public schools. Her other passions include traveling (she and her husband have visited all 50 states and 35 foreign countries) and history (she holds a Masters Degree in the subject). Her published titles include Where Morning Dawns, Listen to Your Heart, and the Kentucky Brides collection. Irene is an active member of her church and is affiliated with several writing organizations. She is a lifelong resident of West Virginia, where she lives with her husband, Rod.

***Click here to read my review***


Zia said...

What a great cover!

Snowbell said...

Despite the fact that I'm not a big fan of romance, this one sounds rather cool
Here's my book

Renee (Black 'n Gold Girl's Book Spot) said...

I was going to start this but then The Swiss Courier came and sidetracked me LOL.

I was going to participate in A-Z but I just did my WoW post and I had to TYPE out the whole synopsis because Blogger wouldn't let me paste stuff!!! Sooo if I can copy/paste later I want to do this!

xoxo~ Renee

Anonymous said...

Very good choice!

Thanks for playing!

Nise' said...

This is a new to me author.

Beth said...

Sounds like an interesting read.

busy91 said...

I don't often read romance either. But next year I plan to expand my horizons.


Shore Debris said...

Sounds like a nice book!

Lori (sugarandgrits) said...

Hey y'all! Thanks for dropping by this week! :)

~ Lori

Project Journal said...

Hey Lori : )
This sounds good! I'll have to try and find it.

I had a book in mind for L, but I forgot! LOL! I'll have to let you know what it was....hmmmmm....*pondering*

Lori (sugarandgrits) said...

Hannah ~ you are way too young to be forgetting things! LOL

Jennifer Hudson Taylor said...

I've seen some of these Summerside books on the shelves. They look wonderful! I've got to try a few of them.

Project Journal said...

LOL! I know, right!? Well, I do it a lot! I'm gonna look at my bookshelves again and see if that jogs my memory (no I STILL don't remember, though I did have a physics test today so my head's filled chockfull of physics : /)

Project Journal said...

Hey Lori!
The books is:

little face by Sophie Hannah (yes, it's my name! I never see my name in authors and especially not in books)

I bought this in the Channel Islands(Jersey) this summer. It sounds really good!

Project Journal said...

Oh! Finished Kite Runner.... : ( Soooooo sad! I, honestly, didn't want it to end. I'm torn whether I like the ending or not...still pondering it. You should totally give it a try even if it's not your typical genre. I'm looking forward to reading A Thousand Splendid Suns in the near future hopefully : )

Lori (sugarandgrits) said...

You remembered! hee hee

Have you read it yet? I looked it up on Amazon, it sounds intriguing. *shiver*

Thanks for sharing!
~ Lori

Project Journal said...

No, I haven't read it. I've read the first two chapters...the writing is a very different style, but the storyline is really good. Maybe you should give it a try : )

By the way, I like the new background!

I got another follower on my blog!!!!

Lori (sugarandgrits) said...

I'll keep it in mind, but I'd rather hear what you think about it when you're done.

Thanks!! This daisy looks better than the other one, and I like the yellow/gold font better than the white.

YAY...another follower! Good for you! :)
~ Lori

Project Journal said...

Awwww! Thanks for the encouragement!

Okay, I'll let you know what it's about : )

Yes, I agree about the backgrounds!