Marisa St. George is devastated when she is a victim of downsizing and has no choice but to return to the small Texas town where she grew up. Though it’s a giant step backward, she accepts a position as business manager at the struggling Rainbow’s End resort. The only silver lining is Blake Kendall, a new guest who is making her believe in love at first sight. But will her dreams of happily-ever-after be turned upside down when she discovers who he really is?
As I said in my review of At Bluebonnet Lake (book one to this series), Amanda’s historical fiction books are really the books that interest me rather than her contemporary; but I really hate to leave a series unfinished so I had to read this one (its a law that I have created for myself). And I actually enjoyed this book a bit more than I did the first one, I’m not sure if it was the characters or the pace of the novel, but it was just more enjoyable to read. I love the simplicity of the cover and Amanda has a great writing style that really pulled me into the story.
And though this isn’t a book that will have you holding your breath, I do admit that In Firefly Valley is a great book to add to your summer bag for a beach trip 🙂 4 out of 5 stars!