Winning the Schoolmarm was such an enjoyable story to read! Although this book is connected to others within a series, it can be read as a stand alone novel.
Cecelia and John were both so likable. It was sweet to see the way they began to be drawn to each other, even while John battled insecurities about his background and Cecelia feared giving her heart away to a man. I felt as if I was a part of this small, western town as I read about Cecelia taking over as the new school teacher. She certainly had her work cut out for her with a few of the children!
This book focused on new beginnings, as well as God’s grace and forgiveness. It was a wonderful novel from the first page to the last. There was also a side story woven into this one involving Cecelia’s sister, Susie. I appears that her book will follow this one and I am very excited to see how things will eventually work out for her!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Swirling rumors forced Cecilia White out of the teaching job she loved. She vowed not to get involved with a man again—no matter what. But when the term begins at a new schoolhouse in a new town, disaster strikes. No matter what she does, she can’t seem to escape the handsome, single chairman of the school board.
John Morgan has a secret. He’s not who he says he is. He’ll do anything to protect and provide for his young sister—including cozying up to the prickly schoolmarm.
Sparks fly and Cecilia must deny her heart if she hopes to keep her job. But what’s more important? Duty or love?
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
USA TODAY bestselling author Lacy Williams is devoted to bringing her readers heartwarming love stories about cowboys and the women that tame them. She is the author of over forty books, including the acclaimed Wyoming Legacy and Snowbound in Sawyer Creek series. Her books have been nominated for the RT Book Reviews’ Seal of Excellence as well as finaled in RT’s Reviewers’ Choice Awards. She has been a puppy parent almost her whole life and often writes with one of her dogs snuggled in her lap. She is a mom of four and spends her non-writing time buried under piles of laundry and dishes. Find exclusive reader bonuses by visiting her website http://www.lacywilliams.net.