Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Warrior at Willow Lake by Mary Manners

Hunter Stone rides a bright future as an MLB star pitcher until a senseless accident steals his ability to through a curve ball--as well as the life of an innocent child. Disgraced, he leaves Willow Lake in search of something to fill the void.

Maci Ferguson uses her gift of music to help children overcome trauma. Music is the balm that soothes her hurt and washes away memories with scars that refuse to fade. She fears she may never trust a man to love her...until Hunter returns to Willow Lake.

Can the two trust enough to allow God to work in their lives...and heal them both before it's too late?

Mary Manners is a country girl at heart who has spent a lifetime sharing her joy of writing. She has two sons and a daughter, as well as three beautiful grandchildren. She currently lives along the sunny shores of Jacksonville Beach with her husband Tim. 

A former teacher as well an intermediate school principal, Mary spent three decades teaching math and English to students from kindergarten through middle grades. While growing up in Chicago and as a student at the University of Illinois, Mary worked her way through a variety of jobs including paper girl, figure skating instructor, pizza chef, and nanny. Many of these experiences led to adventures that may be found between the pages of her stories. Mary loves long sunrise runs—she’s completed three marathons—ocean sunsets and flavored coffee.

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My Review

Warrior at Willow Lake is book 2 in the Willow lake series. Hunter Stone since the age of 3 has always wanted to play baseball. He makes it to his life dream  to play as MLB star pitcher. Due to a accident he lost his dream and the life of a child. Back home in Willow Creek he tries to get his life back together. But blaming himself for the death of Josh he just can't get close to others.
Maci Ferguson has hurt in her life and spends her time helping kids with trauma to get better through music. Hunter has a lot of trauma in his life can Maci help him to move on or will they clash? Will they put their trust in Goad and let Him work in their lives.
Characters are wonderful. Sweet romance.  Great writing by Mary Manners.

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