Friday, June 5, 2009

A Promise for Spring by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Jen's review
A Promise for Spring
Kim Vogel Sawyer

When an English rose is transplanted to the Kansas prairie, can anything be easy? Of course not! Even though they were betrothed five long years earlier, Emmaline Bradford no longer knows the man she meets when she steps off the train in Moreland, Kansas. For his part, Geoffrey Garrett has practically been counting the minutes till the arrival of his bride. But the nervous, sullen woman clad in black is a far cry from his dream girl.

Kim Vogel Sawyer has a gift for writing characters who struggle through adversity and come out stronger for it. In Emmaline and Geoffrey, she presents two stubborn people, each working through a pain of their own. It's not until they put their own needs aside and truly see each other that reconciliation comes.

A Promise for Spring is a lovely tale of the men and woman who worked so hard to create a new life in the sometimes harsh, sometimes beautiful prairie. I thoroughly enjoyed the time I spent with Emmaline and Geoffrey, and look forward to Ms. Sawyer's next offering.


Kim Vogel Sawyer said...

Thanks, Jennifer, for featuring Emmaline and Goeffrey. I appreciate it very much!

Jennifer AlLee said...

You bet, Kim. It was a lovely story. Keep 'em coming!