Love can thrive in unlikely places...
After a tragic day years ago, Beth Carter was left to pick up the pieces and move on with her life. But she hasn't. She's shut herself to the world, and has vowed never to love again.
Matt Taylor is looking for work, but nothing more. His life is complicated enough with three burdens and a difficult past that won't go away. When Matt arrives at Beth's Garden Nursery to ask for a job, he meets its beautiful owner, and over time, finds something he hadn't expected. Surrounded by plants with fancy names, all Matt has to offer is a scarred heart-- that, and homegrown dandelions.
This contemporary romance can be found at JudithBronte.com as a free read. All scripture references are from the KJV (King James Version).
First in the Dandelion Series.
Word count: 246,333
*** Includes a bonus "Behind the Scenes" look at each chapter ***
About the Author
Love stories have long been Judith's passion. She loves to capture the dynamics of a romantic relationship, and the challenge of bringing two people together from different backgrounds and finding a way to make that relationship work. Her style often follows the characters even after they marry, so readers get to see how their relationship works after the I-do's. There's always lots of dialogue, as Judith loves to bring the drama home to the reader, through the characters, themselves.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed the dynamics of the different characters in this book. Judith's books are not your normal romance novel. She really develops her characters and the situations they are in are nor your normal fare. I think you will enjoy this book as I did.
What a wonderful book! I couldn't wait to pick up the book and finish it. A Christian read among a hard life. Matt struggles to keep his family together after finding Christ and then finds Beth. Together they form a true family with his siblings. Laughter and tears. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
This book was too drawn out for me and the characters were too whiney. I couldnt finish it. Three stars because the grammar was good.