20 January 2010

Review of Silent Night in Dry Creek by Janet Tronstad




Silent Night in Dry Creek
By
Janet Tronstad

Christmas in Dry Creek.

For private investigator Wade Sutton, the town holds too many memories—none of them fond—of his childhood. Yet he can't say no when the sheriff asks him to secretly watch over a woman who might be in danger. "Helping" lovely Jasmine Hunter with the church's Christmas celebration does more for his bruised heart than he wants to admit. As does being back on his family's farm. But he can't stay in Dry Creek. Unless…Jasmine gives him a reason to call it home again.

My Review:
Firstly thanks to Janet for sending me a copy of this book.
I really enjoyed this book. I haven't read any of the Dry Creek books but do have a couple in my TBR pile. I enjoyed the story. loved the idea of the Christmas Celebration and hearing how Wade had played the part of an angel back when he was younger. I love reading about Jasmines new faith and seeing how she grows and makes discoveries along the way. Also seeing Wade grow also.  I took this book to read before and during breaks in the Cricket and found I was even reading while some of the more boring parts of the cricket was happening. (I still love cricket but test cricket can get boring sometimes). This was a book I wanted to keep reading. I am really enjoying Love Inspired books. 

2 comments:

Karen Lange said...

Thanks for this review. It sounds interesting:)
Blessings!

Jennifer said...

YEA!! I love Janet's Dry Creek series(Contemporary and Historical) This was one of my favorites. Glad you enjoyed it!

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