Image of Where Wildflowers Bloom: A Novel (Sisters at Heart)


Image of Where Wildflowers Bloom: A Novel (Sisters at Heart)

Shorey’s new historical romance series, Sisters at Heart, features characters who are feisty and determined to change their lives — and sometimes the results are unexpected. The author writes brilliantly and with honesty; her characters are not perfect, and they wear their feelings on their sleeves, which make them seem more real than fictional.

Faith Lindberg lost her father and brother to the horror of the Civil War. All she has left is her grandfather and the family mercantile. She wants to start anew, which means leaving Noble Springs. Her grandfather does not want to move, so she needs to convince him it would be better for both of them. When Faith learns Royal Baxter has returned to town, she wonders if they could still have a future together. She wanted to marry him before the war broke out, but he seems different, and not in a healthy way. Will she come to realize happiness comes from within oneself, not from where you choose to live? (REVELL, Jan., 336 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Patsy Glans