by Miralee Ferrell
Publisher: Summerside Press
Turn-of-the-century schoolteacher Margaret Garvey risks everything by taking in two young runaways---only to learn that they may be involved in murder and sabotage at the local sawmill. The arrival of two men who love her complicates things even further. Can Margaret clear her head and heart to make the most important decisions of her life?
Have I mentioned lately that I love historical fiction? I'm from the Northwest and could just picture myself being in Bridal Veil, Oregon. Margaret Garvey has a tragedy early on in this story and it forces her to rely on the towns people of Bridal Veil. She isn't married, and the one man who she wanted to marry left town when she was 16. She doesn't know what her future holds, but it doesn't take her long to find out it could be a hard road.
Life isn't dull for Margaret, as one would think it would be in a logging town. She takes in two runaways and her job comes into jeopardy. On top of that, the guy she loved at 16 returns to town and see if they can pick up where they left off. At the same time, the town nice guy has started showing his interest in her, but is his interest for the wrong reasons?
Can you tell there's some tension in this story? At first, I have to admit, I thought, "Oh, this is going to be so predictable. What am I going to do?" LOL I was so very wrong. There are twists and turns in the story that no one will expect (except for you since you're reading my review).
Love Finds You In Bridal Veil, Oregon has been a great addition to the Love Finds You series by Summerside.
About the Author:
Miralee Ferrell: First and foremost I'm a child of God and daughter of the King. I've been involved in women's ministries for years, and serve on staff at our small church. I've been married for 37 years, have two grown children, two cats, two dogs and an Arabian mare. We live about 9 miles from the nearest town in our new home on 11 acres, surrounded by trees. I have three books out now & a 4th releasing in April, 2010, with one under contract to release in Feb., 2011. I write both womens contemporary fiction and historical romance.
I'd like to thank Miralee for my autographed copy to review. I'd give it away so that someone else could enjoy it as much as me, but she wrote my name in it. *grin*