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Saturday, December 15, 2012


This book was a page turner right from the beginning. I could have easily read it all in one sitting. Jessica Morgan is on the run, and decides to hide herself away in the tiny little town of Glenbrooke, Oregon. However, from the moment she arrives, her secrets become harder to keep.

After a rough start, she attempts to settle into her position teaching at the local high school, but finds it hard to keep shutting out the people trying to befriend her. Especially Kyle Buchanan, the handsome paramedic who doesn’t try to hide his interest in her.

From there, a sort of "cat and mouse" game begins with Jessica and Kyle each sidestepping each other and the secrets they carry from their past.  While its obvious that they are falling in love, they each have emotional baggage they need to deal with.  Added to the mix, is Jessica's jealous boss who has her sights set on Kyle as well. 

A very prominent evangelistic message is included in the story, and the author does not shy away from the gospel.  The biggest disappointment for me was the ending.  I felt like there was this huge build up and then it all sort of fell apart at the end.  Overall, it was worth the read and I would recommend it.  This is the first book in the new Glenbrooke Series and I am interested to see what happens in the next book.

 About The Book:

Beginning her new life in a small Oregon town, high school English teacher Jessica tries desperately to hide the details of her past. Yet two individuals remain determined to discover the painful truth: the jealous woman who is Jessica's immediate superior, and Kyle Buchanan, a handsome, compassionate paramedic and dreamer. Will Jessica's past destroy her future? Or can she find a deeper peace that will end her need to keep Secrets?

Disclosure of Material Connection:
I received this book free from Waterbrook Multnomah.  I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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