Oh, this story was so good! It was filled with main and side characters who were both interesting and flawed. Poppy was at a crossroads in her life and the “escape” she sought for awhile in Montana ended up opening her eyes to new possililities and introducing her to what a relationship with God could look like.
Colton was such a complex character! Strange behavior on occasion, hints of trouble in his past, the sense that he felt like a failure even though he’d been wildly successful in one area of his life made this man who was struggling to manage his ranch quite the mystery. I really liked the interaction between Colton and Poppy and the way their relationship developed.
But, there was so much more to this book than just Colton and Poppy’s story! Mara and Zane had such an important storyline in the book and parts of it were very serious, even though Mara brought a good bit of quirky humor to the novel. And the other family members had their own troubles that needed working through.
I really enjoyed Warm Montana Home and look forward to reading future books in this series.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
All Poppy Marsh wants is to find a safe place to heal from the pain of a broken relationship and to finish the degree she’s worked so hard to earn.
After Colton Gunnerson’s search for fame crashes to the ground, saving his family’s ranch might be the only future he has left.
Colton has an old Montana homestead for rent, and Poppy needs a place to stay. Will they become entangled in a web of money, family, and dark secrets from the past? Or will a simple, strong faith change the course of their lives, bringing them the love neither thought they would find?
The Moose Hollow series is a keen look at broken people in a broken world, filled with wit, romance, and redemption. For more Christian romance, please check out Cynthia Bruner’s Montana Weekend Novellas.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Cynthia grew up in Colorado, lived in Arizona, and was born somewhere east of there. Then she married a Montanan and that was the end of that. She pursued several degrees and a couple careers, but found God’s best job for her when she became a wife and mom. Now her kids grown-up enough to write their own stories, and so is she. She writes inspirational romance and takes photos of her favorite places in Montana and Yellowstone Park.