Firefly Valley by Amanda Cabot

     As I started this book, I hoped that it would continue the story started in At Bluebonnet Lane and I was not disappointed.  While you don't have to have read the first book to love the second one, they are both enjoyable.  I liked how the author focused on two of the characters and how their relationship progressed, but also had a second story going about the romance of two more characters.  I liked that I won't have to wait to see how things are starting.
     The author tackles issues that couples can have when trying to get to know each other and how being honest can help them to work out those issues.
     I received this book free from the publisher to review.


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