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Devil's Spring (Bittersweet Hollow) (Volume 3)

by Aaron Paul Lazar

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Third in a series of romantic suspense novels set in Bittersweet Hollow, Devil’s Spring brings a touch of romance to a favorite character's brother, a touch of terror to new parents, and more than a touch of real life family relationships to the readers’ enjoyment. As disaster follows on the heels of sickness and troubles pile up on trials, two children are lost, four parents are frantic, financial problems rear their heads, and those with too much money have too little sense. Meanwhile a stranger accidentally kills her husband then determines to hold tight to whatever’s left of her family. But are these things connected? Another stranger will strive to bring kindness to all, and hope is built on faith, generosity, and love.

Devil’s Spring presents the reader with wonderful family relationships, honest friendships, and powerful threads of courageous optimism. It’s a well-woven tale where the reader can be sure things will get better, though first they’re bound to get worse. And it’s a story of real love, the affection of children, parents, grandparents, friends—the sort of love that encourages, engages and endures. Devil’s Spring is a great addition to the Bittersweet Hollow series, allowing readers to revisit favorite people and places. But it’s also a great standalone novel, with just the right amount of background, foreground and future.

Disclosure: I was lucky enough to read it just before release. ( )
  SheilaDeeth | Dec 9, 2016 |
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