Friday, May 2, 2014

Light the Fire By: Mary Manners

 A choice, a tragedy, and life-altering consequences…

When Rena Dunigan flees New York City and her dream of becoming a Broadway performer, she returns to her hometown harboring a life-altering secret and the shame of a shattered past. When her friend talks her into helping build a house through the local Shelter the Homeless program, Rena meets Cody and his mischievous Saint Bernard. Cody is dealing with a devastating loss of his own, yet his gentleness and patience melt Rena's resolve never to trust—or to love—again.

But what will Cody think when he learns the consequences of Rena's past? Will he reject her, or can she trust that love will heal hurting hearts and forever bind them together?

Mary Manners 

Mary Manners is an award-winning romance writer who lives in the beautiful foothills of East Tennessee with her husband Tim and the cherished cats they've rescued from local animal shelters...Lucky and Gus.
Mary's debut novel, Mended Heart, was nominated Best Inspirational Romance 2010 and was a finalist for the Bookseller's Best Award while her follow-up, Tender Mercies, was awarded an outstanding 4 ½ star rating from The Romantic Times Book Reviews and was also a finalist for the Inspirational Readers Choice Award. Buried Treasures claimed Book of the Year by The Wordsmith Journal while Light the Fire took top honors for the 2012 Inspirational Readers Choice Award. Her latest, Wisdom Tree, also claimed the 2013 Inspirational Readers Choice Award. Mary was named Author of the Year by Book and Trailer Showcase. She writes romances of all lengths, from short stories to novels--something for everyone.
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 My Review:

Light the Fire
By: Mary Manners

Rena Dunigan leaves her home town for the big city New York. Always had a dream of becoming a  singer. Against her mother telling her it would not be of best interest to do so. Things are not good at all. Serious things happen to her to change her life.  Rena wants nothing to do with men. There is no room in her life for a man and having to be able to trust one again. Then pops Cody into her life. She can't let him get close she can't share her awful past life with him is she did he wouldn't want to be around her. Can something happen to bring them together and have trust? Will they let God work in their lives?
I really loved this story. Such a wonderful love story. I love the characters. I love Mary Manner books.

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