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Ozark Dawn
by Bonnie Drury Amber Quill Press

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 15927913395

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


The past is what drives the future. So Jolene Springer found out when she returned to her home town of Sunrise nestled in the Ozarks. Jolene believes it is time to confront the troubles of her past that followed her into adulthood and drove her from home. But there are parts of the past that won't go quietly and one of them is her old boyfriend, Will Bradley, who wants her to stay in Sunrise. She finds the decision to be more difficult than she'd thought. New troubles have cropped up to be added to the old. Her little sister is nearly grown and fancies herself in love with Will. Torn between hurting the people she loves and protecting her battered heart, Jolene struggles to find a way to safety. This is a book with much more to it than the basic romance plot. The very talented author, Bonnie Drury, has created a world where the reader will feel at home with a great cast of characters. It isn't a place one leaves willingly and it will long linger in your membory even after the last page is read. Highly recommended as a very satisfying and pleasant read.



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