Tuesday's Revolving Book is the historical romance Sapphire Blue by DeAnn Smallwood.
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O'Reiley is the most mysterious and sought-after citizen in Pig Eye
Gulch. Yet no one befriends or even fully trusts the beautiful young
woman. They seek her out in times of trouble--to heal their sick
children or soothe their own ailments--but she is otherwise regarded
with superstition and unease. Since her grandmother died, Meghan has
carried on, finding solace and peace in the cultivation of the wild
herbs she uses to create her healing medicines.
Hendrickson needs help for his sweet baby daughter Bonnie, Meghan's
formerly solitary life is suddenly full of spark and zest. She's wary of
getting too close as she knows that a life with Conner cannot be hers.
He comes from a life of privilege, having grown up in London's high
society. Conner is the owner of the Sapphire Yogo mine and employs most
of the citizens of Pig Eye Gulch, and Meghan knows that his aspirations
will take him far beyond her rough-hewn Montana mining town. But try as
she might, Meghan's love for both Conner and Bonnie deepens each day as
she nears the precipice of losing them both.
DeAnn Smallwood lives in Colorado with her husband, Marvin, and their
two Yorkies, Jesse and Zach. She is a native of Colorado but has lived
in Montana and Wyoming. She wrote Sapphire Blue while living in Montana
and Colorado. Her greatest pleasure next to writing is having her books
read and enjoyed. Many more stories are just waiting to be written and
shared. Sapphire Blue is DeAnn's second book. Montana Star is also
What a wonderful
read! Vibrant descriptions of surroundings and the Times. Beautifully
written and thought out a must read! This is a love story that you can't
put down . Once I started I didn't want it to end. Jeannine Rote Five Stars
I like this book...it was a well written easy summer read. The story had enough twists and turns to make it interesting. Susan Greenberg
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, it was so well written, the story you wanted to go on longer. I would recommend this book for vacation! D. Seavey "Deb" Five Stars
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