Sunday, July 30, 2017

Book review: Easter in Dry Creek by Janet Tronstad


You can get your copy of this book here.

About the Book

Clay West is back in town with amends to make and minds to change. The cowboy has spent four years in jail for a crime he did not commit, and he's determined to restore his good name. The former bad boy's first priority is convincing childhood friend Allie Nelson of his innocence. But she—more than anyone—has suffered in his absence. Allie can't admit how much she's missed Clay—and she can't betray her family by putting her trust in him. She vows to forget her schoolgirl crush. But Clay will settle for nothing less than her forgiveness—and her whole heart.

My Review

It was a pleasure to visit Dry Creek again.  Author Janet Tronstad skillfully crafted a novel in which the characters were honest, believable, and struggling.  The book was paced just right, and kept my interest throughout.  The Dry Creek series is one in which you can enjoy each as a stand-alone.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book although I did not read it during the Easter season.

I received a copy of this book from the author for review purposes.  The thoughts expressed here are my own.

About the Author

Janet Tronstad grew up on her family’s farm in central Montana and now lives in Pasadena, California where she is always at work on her next book. She has written over thirty books, many of them set in the fictitious town of Dry Creek, Montana where the men spend the winters gathered around the potbellied stove in the hardware store and the women make jelly in the fall.

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