This handsome firefighter makes a living coming to the rescue, but Gin doesn't need a man to fight her battles.
Meet the author
Kathryn Springer, winner of the 2009 ACFW Carol Award (Family Treasures), grew up in a small town in northern Wisconsin, where her parents published a weekly newspaper. As a child, she spent many hours sitting at her mother's typewriter, plunking out stories, and credits her parents for instilling in her a love of books---which eventually turned into a desire to tell stories of her own. Encouraging women in their faith journey is the reason Kathryn loves to write inspirational fiction. When she isn't at the computer, you'll find her sitting in the sun with a cup of coffee and a good book or walking the trails near her country home.
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Here is my review of this wonderful fiction read:
First, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Kathryn Springer and her publisher for sending me a copy of "The Dandelion Field" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.“The Dandelion Field” by Kathryn Springer is a heart-warming love story. Ginevieve and Raine never stay in one place for long. In fact, this mother-daughter team keeps a packed suitcase available at all times for a quick escape. Dan has loved Evie since they were children, but bowed out gracefully when their best friend, Max, married her. So when Max died on the job as a firefighter, it just came naturally for Dan to be a father-figure to Max and Evie’s son, Cody, although nothing developed romantically between Dan and Evie. Now that Cody is a senior in high school, there are other challenges: go to college, follow in his father’s footsteps. Then another challenge entered the mix: Cody’s friendship with Raine developed into a bit more and now all the lives involved are about to turn upside down.
“The Dandelion Field” is a well-written tale with beautifully complex characters and thoughtful plot development. The ending feels a bit abrupt if you don’t have a few moments to sit and let your imagination take a few steps beyond the final page. But overall, this is a highly entertaining and thought-provoking read. I recommend it enthusiastically.