Like all of Celia Yeary's books, WISH FOR THE MOON evokes a sense of time and place with extraordinary clarity. The author is a masterful storyteller, giving richness and gravity to even everyday people and events. In a story like this one -- in which events are far from everyday -- her talent really shines.
I've been a devoted fan of Mrs. Yeary's western historical romances for years. Though WISH FOR THE MOON is set slightly later than her previous works, it's equally engrossing, thanks in no small part to seemingly little details that will stick with readers long after they've sighed at the end.Disorderly Words, http://amzn.to/1HoiPnU
What a treat to sit down with Beverly Wells' second novel, All for Love! A master of the sensual slow burn, Wells' heart-felt novel also includes the humor, colorful characters, and vivid Old West settings we came to love in Only When the Loon Sings, her first book. Wells continues her trend of exploring serious issues--in this case, domestic abuse--while we get to know her admirable, yet all-too-human, main characters. Readers who love romantic fiction should rush to pick up All for Love.Ellen H., http://amzn.to/1GHSQnJ
What a delightful story. I enjoyed every moment. The characters were well developed and likeable. Very few typos, which was nice. If you enjoy nice, clean books, be sure to order this book, you will not be disappointedLinda G, http://amzn.to/1CNK9Le
This is a good character-driven story of a young boy trying to come to terms with the horrible murder of his family by Apaches. He is rescued by a loner, a man who's lost everything himself, and the two of them must form a new family as the boy grows to manhood in the Old West.Velyrhorde, http://amzn.to/1xciwcc