Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett June 20, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 8:50 pm
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Vibrant historic Yellowstone National Park comes to life in this romantic mystery about a man hiding the truth, braving the west to become something more–and the woman who must confront his deception.

A man who can’t read will never amount to anything–or so Nate Webber believes. But he takes a chance to help his family by signing up for the new Civilian Conservation Corps, skirting the truth about certain “requirements.” Nate exchanges the harsh Brooklyn streets for the wilds of Yellowstone National Park, curious if the Eden-like wonderland can transform him as well.
Elsie Brookes was proud to grow up as a ranger’s daughter, but she longs for a future of her own. After four years serving as a maid in the park’s hotels, she still hasn’t saved enough money for her college tuition. A second job, teaching a crowd of rowdy men in the CCC camp, might be the answer, but when Elsie discovers Nate’s secret, it puts his job as camp foreman in jeopardy. Tutoring leads to friendship and romance, until a string of suspicious fires casts a dark shadow over their relationship. Can they find answers before all of their dreams go up in smoke?

My thoughts:

This is such a unique series. I really enjoyed the first one and was looking forward to this book. It did not let me down.

I’ve never been to Yellowstone so it was fun to visit through the eyes of Elsie and Nate. Their romance is a slow burning one (pun intended). With many other obstacles in their way it’s hard for them to find the path to each others hearts.

There is one character I was suspicious of from the start and this alone was enough to make me want to keep reading to see what would happen next and how things would play out.

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A copy of this book was given to me though Netgalley.com. All opinions are my own.

 

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