Thursday, July 08, 2010

Seeds of Summer

In Seeds of Summer, Deborah Vogts brings together a most unlikely hero and heroine. Natalie Adams is a rodeo queen, and Jared Logan is a preacher. What brings them together is her need of help with the ranch her recently departed father left her and her two half-siblings. What keeps them together is what makes for a great story. The more Natalie resists help, the more Jared wants to give it until she gives in and realizes that more hands will make for light work. When her step-mother shows up and wants a relationship with her children, Natalie listens to Jared’s advice and gives Libby a second chance against her own better judgment and that of Willard, an old friend of her father. The decision brings worry to Natalie with near disastrous results. Love, faith, and forgiveness weave their way throughout the story. Deb’s knowledge of rodeos, great characters, a well-plotted story, a few surprises, and a satisfying end make this a great read. I’m looking forward to the third book in the Seasons of the Tallgrass series


Edwina said...

What a great interview and fabulous sounding book! I would love to read it! Please enter me in the drawing.


Ann Lee Miller said...

I'd love to read Seeds of Summer!

misskallie2000 said...

Seeds of Summer sounds like a great book to read. Natalie reminds me of me. I was raised to not ask for help and depend on myself and I still have problems asking for help when I really, really need it. lol Maybe it is pride?

Thanks for the great review.

misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

Jan Marie said...

I have been reading so many good things about Deborah and her books. Please enter me in this drawing too.


misskallie2000 said...

Thanks for the reminder Martha. I thought I had alread entered.

I have not read any of Deborah's books but have added her to my new author list and Seeds of Summer to my wish list.

Thanks for this opportunity to enter for this great book.

misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com