Love’s Sweet Beginning
Sister’s at Heart Book 3
*Thank you to the publisher for providing me a copy of this book for my honest review*
About the Book:
It wasn’t Cassie Haddon’s fault that she had managed to reach the age of twenty-five without possessing any useful skills. Until the war, she had always had servants to wait on her. Since then, she and her widowed mother had moved from place to place, relying on family to care for them. Now she’s forced to find work to support them both. What isn’t in her plans is falling for Jacob West, a local restaurateur and grocer. She needs a job and he needs help. But what they both need is love.
With her signature sweet romance, Ann Shorey weaves a tale of two people from very different backgrounds finding common ground and the hopes of a bright future together.
About the Author:
ANN SHOREY has been a story collector for most of her life. Her writing has appeared in Chicken Soup for the Grandma’s Soul, and in the Adams Media Cup of Comfort anthologies. She made her fiction debut with the At Home in Beldon Grove series for Revell. The Edge of Light, released in January 2009, is the first in the series, followed by The Promise of Morning and The Dawn of a Dream. Her new Sisters at Heart series for Revell debuted on January 1, 2012, with Where Wildflowers Bloom. Book Two, When the Heart Heals, will release Feburary 1, 2013.
When Ann’s not writing, she teaches classes on historical research, story arc, and other fiction fundamentals at regional conferences. She lives with her husband in Oregon. Learn more at http://www.annshorey.com.
Love’s Sweet Beginning is the third book in the Sister’s at Heart Series by Ann Shorey. This is the first book that I have read out of this series. As I started reading this book, I felt lost that I haven’t read the other two books before this one. But after reading several chapters I became intriqued with what I was reading.
Cassie Haddon has always been used to having everything done for her. Never having to lift a finger for anything, she is what we say spoiled rotten. After her and her mom move to Noble Springs to find her uncle, she is left to support them both. Cassie goes to the Mr. West and pleads for a job, and he gives her a chance.
Jacob West owns the local restaurant and has had his heart broken by non other than Cassie’s best friend Rosemary. Jacob is interested in Cassie but is afraid to let another have his heart.
Will Jacob and Cassie fall in love? Will Cassie survive working to support her and her mother? You will need to read the book to find out. I highly recommend this book to all, especially if you love historical fiction.