Sunday, May 23, 2010

Love Finds You

Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon is another wonderful book by Miralee Ferrell. Miralee pays attention to historical detail that takes the reader to the location and sets you right down in the middle of the town. Her characters are full of life and capture your heart right away. Set in a town with a lumber and planning mill on the Columbia River near the Bridal Veil Falls in Oregon, the setting becomes as much of a character in the story as heroine Margaret. Now a schoolteacher, she resigned herself to life without Nathaniel, the man she once loved but believes betrayed her, and accepts the attentions of Andrew, a handsome young logger. When Nathaniel returns, Margaret is torn between the two, but long kept secrets will lead to the truth about Nathaniel’s departure. Add in two runaway children, an unexplained murder, and a tragic disaster, you have the makings for a novel that will keep you turning the pages to see the final choice Margaret makes to insure her future.


A J Hawke said...

Good book review of Love Finds You In Bridal Veil, Oregon. Makes me want to read it.

Would love to win a copy.

A J Hawke

Sheila Deeth said...

Oh, Bridal Veil. What a lovely spot. And what a lovely review.

Anonymous said...

What an interesting title. Sounds like a very good book I would want to read. Marriana.

Wendy said...

I really like the Love Finds you books and this one sounds good.
wsmarple at gmail/dot/com

Unknown said...

This book sounds awesome! I really like the LFY series and I have read another book by Miralee Ferrell and really enjoyed it!
God bless!

Barb said...

I cannot wait to read this one.. would love to win a copy! Barb C.

ChristianHomes (at) gmal (dot) come

Jo said...

I enjoy reading Miralee's books.


Martha W. Rogers said...

Congratulations to Marianna. She is the winner of this book. Thanks to all of you for stopping by.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great book to me. Put my name on the list. OK?

In His Love,
Wanda Shadle

Anonymous said...

I never saw the title of the book that is supposed to be It Had To Be You, but I guess this is the right place to make a comment on Janice Thompson's book. Her name wasn't anywhere either, and I didn't recognize her picture. I would like to read her book. Thanks!

In His Love,
Wanda Shadle