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Winter Promise (Seasons of the Heart)

by Martha Rogers

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Winter Promise made me instantly biased in its favor when the main character decided to build and run a town library. I enjoyed reading this book in much the same way that I enjoy a bowl of mashed potatoes. It may not be a four course meal or a spicy Mexican dish, but it hit the spot. It's good comfort "food." I like the town of Porterfield, Texas and the Muldoon family. It's a friendly place and a lively family. The romantic possibilities for Abigail keep the reader guessing and add some humor and drama. She is a feisty and engaging character with an independent spirit which I liked. It was easy to see why the men fell for her. I also thought the author did a good job of portraying the doctor's inner struggle as he fought his feelings and was forced to deal with the pain of his past. Overall, a lovely and comforting story. ( )
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"Single, educated, and looking for a new start, Abigail Monroe decides to join her brother and his wife in Porterfield, Texas. Near her twenty-fifth birthday and without a suitor, she fears she will become a spinster if she stays in Briar Ridge, Connecticut. A sprained ankle sends Abigail to the new doctor in town, Elliot Jensen. He is smitten, but tragedy in his past has left him bitter, guilt ridden, and afraid to fall in love again."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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