Thursday, July 27, 2017
Heart on the Line by Karen Witemeyer
I've been immersed with the edits for two projects that are due to the publisher/editor in the next couple weeks. One of the things that has kept my sanity during this time is reading Karen Witemeyer's new book, Heart on the Line. In my opinion, it's her best one ever. I love the humor that Karen pulls into each of her stories as well as the depth of thought she allows the reader to 'overhear' from each of her characters. She has a knack for pulling the reader in and not letting go until the end of the book.
Here's an overview of the story:
Grace Mallory has been on the run and been in hiding for quite a while. It's time to confront her enemy and get down to the truth her father so desperately sought after. Her friends in Harper's Station are sure to rally around her.
Amos Bledsoe is a fellow telegraph operator that Grace has come to know, only over the wire. When Amos learns that Grace's life is threatened, he comes to her defense. Can she trust him? What plans does he intend?
Heart on the Line takes you on a delightful tale where the hero isn't always tall, dark and handsome. Sometimes a hero swoops in on a bicycle instead of a horse.
- This book was provided for free by the author and publisher. A favorable review was not required.
Jodie Wolfe creates novels where hope and quirky meet. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA) and has been a semi-finalist and finalist in various writing contests. A former columnist for Home School Enrichment magazine, her articles can be found online at: Crosswalk, Christian Devotions, and Live the Adventure Letter. She's a contributor for Putting on the New and Stitches Thru Time blogs. When not writing she enjoys spending time with her husband in Pennsylvania, reading, walking, and being a Grammie. Learn more at www.jodiewolfe.com.