Monday, December 15, 2014

Silver White Winters By Candice Sue Patterson

Raelynn Rivers dreams of reviving her floundering career. The “Country Music Queen” hasn’t had a number one hit in six years, and her song-writing ability has vanished. But Raelynn’s hopes are derailed when tragedy strikes. Returning to her home town forces her to confront her past—Lane Ryan, the childhood best friend and former fiancé she abandoned in order to pursue her music career.
In the snow-covered mountains of Appalachia, Raelynn reconnects with family and rediscovers her musical abilities—and her faith. And no one inspires her more than Lane. She’s finally ready for a relationship, but the secret Lane carries is as big as Coal Mountain and threatens any future they may have together.

Second chances don't come around every day. Will Raelynn sacrifice her career this time or say goodbye to Lane forever? 

Candice Sue Patterson

Candice Sue Patterson studied at The Institute of Children's Literature and is an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers. She lives in Indiana with her husband and three sons in a restored farmhouse overtaken by books. When she's not tending to her chickens, splitting wood or decorating cakes, she's working on a new story. Candice writes Modern Vintage Romance--where the past and present collide with faith.  

My Review

Silver White Winters

By: Candice Sue Patterson

What a wonderful clean romance book.  Raelynn was a thriving country singer but started going down with no hits in years.  Goes back home and runs into a old love Lane Ryan.  After taking off and leaving him can they make a go of it again?  will her career mean more to her again then the love of Lane? Will she let God guide her where she needs to be? Loved the book Candice kept it interesting that made it a page turner.  Characters are well written and you will love and hope to see more of them. The cover is beautiful. First book I have read by Candice but will look into following her writing. If you like romance but like it clean this is for you.
I was given this book to review for my own honest opinion.

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