Before I introduce Ann and her book, the winner of last week's Miralee Ferrell book is Theresa Kay Lam. Congratulations.
Love’s Sweet Beginning
Love’s Sweet Beginning
When her father’s brother forces Cassie Haddon and her mother to leave his home in St. Louis, they have to place to go except in search of another uncle, Rand Carter. The last Mrs. Haddon had heard, her brother worked for the railroad near Noble Springs. When they discover Rand isn’t there, they have no other choice than to accept the hospitality of Cassie’s friends in town, Elijah and Rosemary Stewart. At age twenty-five, Cassie is desperate to find a way to make a living for herself and her mother and ends up at a restaurant in town owned by grocer, Jacob West.
Watching Cassie grow from a bumbling young woman waiting on miners and cleaning up after them to a talented pie maker is both humorous and heartwarming. As the relationship between Cassie and Jacob grows, the situation with her mother grows in tension. How the relationship between Cassie and Jacob progresses is a story of how love can bud then come to full bloom when God is in control. With characters you grow to love, this is a story that will keep you turning the pages to see how Jacob and Cassie can resolve their differences.
ANN SHOREY has been a story collector for most of her life, and has been a full-time writer for over twenty years. Her writing has appeared in Chicken Soup for the Grandma’s Soul, and in the Adams Media Cup of Comfort series. She made her fiction debut with The Edge of Light, Book One in the At Home in Beldon Grove series, which released in January 2009. The final book in the series, The Dawn of a Dream, released in April, 2011. Her latest, the Sisters at Heart series, debuted in January, 2012, with Where Wildflowers Bloom. The third book in that series, Love’s Sweet Beginning, released in February of 2014. She’s tempted to thank Peet’s coffee and Dove chocolates when she writes the acknowledgments for her books.
When she’s not writing, she teaches classes on historical research, story arc, and other fiction fundamentals at regional conferences. She lives with her husband in southern Oregon.
Ann loves to hear from her readers, and may be contacted through her website, www.annshorey.com, which also contains her blog, http://annshorey.blogspot.com/ or find her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AnnShorey.
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