Bending Toward the Sun by Mona Hodgson

I eagerly awaited the next book in this series to see how the story would continue. This book could be read alone or as a nice countenance to Dandelions on the Wind.  This story picks up with the story of Emilie who has been working at her father's store and continuing her education at the university.  Quaid has returned from the war and is working as a teamster making deliveries all over town.  They reconnect from knowing each other as children and start to have feelings for each other.  Her father is not happy about this since Quaid is Irish, but little by little they start to win each other over.

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“I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”


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