Something New was a beautiful and gentle story of love renewed. These two characters, Tate and Wren, never stopped loving each other, yet they were separated for four years. Wren carried a lot of sadness from Tate’s abrupt departure years earlier and it was so sweet to watch as Tate worked to show Wren exactly how much he cared for her.
This novella can stand alone, however, readers who enjoyed Daughters of Northern Shores will recognize Haakon and Tate’s friendship in the prologue, which loosely connects these stories.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
After waiting four years for her best friend to return from sea, Wren Cromwell’s dream of building a life with Tate Kennedy has wilted during his unexpected absence. Then, just as suddenly as he departed the mountain of their childhood, he returns, bringing with him tales of Norway’s icy fjords and his time aboard ship on the North Sea. As spring unfurls around them, so unfolds a new hope in Wren’s heart, and a new chance at love on the horizon. But with Tate’s longing for exciting voyages still alive, will he vanish to the high seas again, or will this land he’s returned to, and Wren’s steadfast love, be enough to nurture his adventurous spirit?
From Christy and Carol Award-winning author, Joanne Bischof, comes a newly repackaged novella once featured in the historical compilation, Heirloom Brides.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
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Joanne Bischof is an ACFW Carol Award and ECPA Christy Award-winning author. She writes deeply layered fiction that tugs at the heartstrings. She was honored to receive the San Diego Christian Writers Guild Novel of the Year Award in 2014 and in 2015 was named Author of the Year by the Mount Hermon conference. Joanne’s 2016 novel, The Lady and the Lionheart, received an extraordinary 5 Star TOP PICK! from RT Book Reviews, among other critical acclaim. She lives in the mountains of Southern California with her three children.