Joined: 23 Dec 2011
Location: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
|Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 7:57 pm Post subject: Praise for Train Station Bride
|. . . Train Station Bride is a beautiful tale of love, family and redemption. Ms. Bush does an excellent job of bringing the reader back to a time period now lost to us where decency, honor and truth prevail. Her characters are well-thought out and believable to the point that you feel like you know them personally. The settings are described with enough detail (but without boring, lengthy description) that you can easily picture the grand home in Boston or the charming farmhouse in South Dakota. I could smell the bread baking in the oven and hear the corn stalks rustling in the field. Train Station Bride is the perfect historical romance.
Read all of Deanna Lynn Sletten's review of Train Station Bride at http://www.deannalynnsletten.com/2012/04/chems-train-station-bride-indie-author.html or visit www.hollybushbooks.com to read an excerpt.
Train Station Bride
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