Saturday, October 22, 2011

Book Review! The Outer Edge of Heaven.

The Outer Edge of Heaven by Jaclyn M. Hawkes

Little did Charlie know the summer after her college graduation would change her life forever. Her “all-powerful” parents want a clout wielding attorney. She just wants to teach kindergarten. Bound for law school, Charlie decides to spend the summer in Montana with her best friend Fo, working on his cousin’s sprawling ranch in the heart of the Montana Rockies.

Filled with colorful characters of all shapes, sizes and species, including an orphaned baby pig, the Langston family puts the fun in dysfunctional, and captures her heart, just like the attractive Luke Langston does. She has the time of her life, but will her heart survive?

Jaclyn Hawkes paints a beautiful picture of a Montana summer in this story of love, friendship and forgiveness. Filled to the brim with charming characters, and plenty of those familiar scenes of growing up in a large family from the disastrous mess left by the kids trying to help make breakfast to the precious moments of love and laughter spent around the dinner table, this story makes you feel at home.

A clean romance that grabs your attention from the start, so get comfortable in your favorite chair, stock up on the Oreos & milk and settle in for a heartwarming story.

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