Rachel Wesson. I cannot say that Rachel is a new author to me as I’ve read all of the Clover Springs books (10) and the Trails of the Heart series (currently 3 books). I’m not sure if there will be a number 11 for Clover Springs – I hope so, because I LOVE Clover Springs! We will just have to wait and see what Rachel does. I do know however that she has something in the works for Trails of the Heart and I can’t wait to read that!
I believe, Rachel’s book; Katie -the first one in the Clover Springs series was also her first book. Published February 2016. So in that aspect she is still a fairly new author, just not new to me because I’ve been reading her books for a year now. Her stories are amazing! I love all the characters. If you read Clover Springs, you really do want to start at the beginning and get to know them. You won’t regret it.
Now then, to write this review in Renea fashion – it’s time for a letter…
Thank you so much for writing Eleanor. I admit it wasn’t really her story I was interested in reading, but Wilma’s and I do feel it was more about Wilma than Eleanor – that could just be me though cause I really wanted to know about Wilma.
I hate to write any type of review that gives a spoiler – so let me just say I had wished something for Eleanor as I got to know her that in the end didn’t happen, however, it still all worked out and everyone was happy.
It was wonderful to see the compassionate side of Mrs. Grey too. She reminded me of my step-dad to be honest. He thinks he is this big bad tough guy. He got into trouble when he was young -long before I ever knew him – and spent several years in prison. So he has that persona of a bad boy. The truth is, he’s just a big ol’e softy! He’d do anything for anybody and so finding out that the battle axe Mrs. Grey has a soft side just made me smile.
I adore Father Molloy too. That man is wise beyond wise. I think he has a lot of insight and some secrets. I would love to hear his story.
I hated seeing Wilma break down, that tore at my heart. I know that broken feeling where you just become numb and I had empathy for her. I’m very thankful she got her HEA (happily ever after). And little Rosa, oh she melts my heart.
I don’t want to give away the story, so everyone will just have to go read it, but thank you so much for taking the time to write it and for simply being brave enough to publish your stories. Your books are ones I never miss – you may call me a stalker because the moment I see you’ve a new one, it becomes the very next thing I read. That is how much I enjoy them.
Clover Springs is amazing and your writing has caused me to care about each person there. I have also thought of picking your brain a bit here and there for my own work in progress, because not only do I care about them but your stories trigger the ol’e creative juices a bit. Also, your being Irish and my story having Irish roots makes me think…”I need to talk to Rachel”. Do you know anything about the legend of the Fairy Queen?