My very first review for A Love So True just appeared:
“A Love So True is a historical fictional tale of a young woman who is a selfless, hard working advocate for orphans and the down and out. She is a member of the Teaville Moral society who aids in ministry for those who are in the most needy of circumstances. She has caught the eye of a very handsome and wealthy businessman but continuously seems aloof and has tall walls built around her heart that makes her all the more appealing to David. This was a bit frustrating to me at first, because I’m thinking what? Are you crazy? David is handsome, rich, loves the orphans and willing to aid in all of her causes. Plus, he can COOK!! What is she thinking?! Thus, the twist. You’ll have to read it and believe me it was amazing!! The ending was like WOW!!! His precious and loving kiss would make anyone swoon. (I could have used the fainting room) Needless to say, I highly recommend this book.”
And what’s double exciting for this week, A Heart Most Certain made the shortlist finals for the INSPY awards! Thanks to my readers for nominating me into the longlist! Doesn’t she look good in that excellent pile of authors?