I wanted so much to give this book five stars, but about midway through the book there were so many typos and mixed up names that it was distracting. Mary Beth became Beth Mary at one point; Justis became Justin, and Asher became Aspen.
Also, I'm pretty sure the term 'Ms' was not used in the 1800's.
I was surprised when Morgan and Mary Beth returned to the ranch and encountered Gracie and Missy, who were strangers to them, that they had no reaction whatsoever. And especially surprised that Mary Beth never even seemed concerned that Marshall was practically on his death bed. I'm sorry to sound so critical, as I did so enjoy the story and the writing for the most part was so well done compared to some books I've read lately, but definitely this author needs to find a new editor.
But, I absolutely loved the sweet, clean romance, especially with Marshall and Missy. I can't wait to read the next in the series.
Saved by the Bell picks up where Rescued from the Fire left off. Mary Beth and Liam fell in love as teenagers. Unbeknownst to them, her well-meaning family kept them apart. Both went on to find love with other people, and were later widowed. Providence brought them together again. Will they be able to work through their past and rekindle their love? Or will they harbor resentment and hold onto the lies they’ve believed for so long?
About the Author
Jackie Carman Blankenship is from Southern West Virginia and lived several years in Gallatin, Tennessee. She currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She has two daughters and a granddaughter. She was the editor and a contributing writer for her college newspaper, has had an article published in an online travel magazine, and her first novel was published in 2015. Along with writing, Jackie loves growing flowers and plants, reading, hiking, spending time with her family, watching professional football and professional basketball, and frolicking in the ocean. She is encouraged that a diverse group of people enjoyed her first book and found inspiration from the characters.