What a treat it was to return to the fictional town of Widow’s Peak Creek in the newest book by Susanne Dietze. I love small-town stories, and Dietze is a pro at capturing the essence of small towns and creating colorful, engaging characters to inhabit them. This book is part of her Widow’s Peak Creek series, but it can easily be a stand alone book. It was fun to revisit some of the characters from her other books in this one.
The main characters in this charming tale, Clementine Simon and Liam Murphy, get a second chance when Liam returns to town to recover from an injury he sustained filming travel documentaries. Clementine is raising her niece and nephew after their parents died in an accident. When Liam volunteers to help Clementine with the town festival old feelings come into play. Two adorable children, some sheep, and a matchmaking grandma add fun to the story. This delightful tale has an inspirational thread woven through it which gives it added depth and meaning.
*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.
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Their peaceful life is about to be shaken up
Protecting them is her priority
Is there room for love?
A safe, quiet life—that’s what shepherdess Clementine Simon wants for her niece and nephew. There’s nothing safe or quiet about globe-trotting cameraman Liam Murphy. It’s only right that life pulled them in separate directions. But when he returns—temporarily—old feelings resurface. Can she take the biggest risk of all…falling in love?
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A WIDOW'S PEAK CREEK BOOK
Book 1: A Future for His Twins
Book 2: Seeking Sanctuary
Book 3: A Small-Town Christmas Challenge
Book 4: A Need to Protect
Book 5: The Secret Between Them