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What readers say about the Kirkwood Lake stories:
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous story! The latest installment in Ruth Logan Herne's Kirkwood Lake series, Falling for the Lawman is a charming story of life in a tight-knit farming community threatened by the relentless drumbeat of "progress". For people who enjoy their romances set against the backdrop of real-life challenges, this is a definite must-read!
Gianna Costanza lost one man she loved – she doesn't intend to put herself in that position again. Seth Campbell has a past with hurt, too. Is he ready for a relationship?
Well, at first it might seem impossible . . .Of course, that's what great stories are made of – impossible dreams.
Ruth Logan Herne knows how to write a story with seemingly impossible odds. But what she does best is find the best ways to make situations work. Just how she does this – is different in each situation, with each problem, each impossible dream.
When I began this book by first reading the dedication, I knew this story would be difficult for me personally. But I trust this author’s ability to write about real life issues, taking the reader through the tough emotions and finally into the grace of God’s loving comfort.
Newest Mystery Series!
As Time Goes By is book two in the Whistle Stop Café Mysteries fiction series.
Decades ago, a faithful dog named Buddy waited at the Dennison depot for his soldier boy to come home…
On her way to work at the Whistle Stop Café, Janet Shaw catches Crosby, Harry Franklin’s beloved pet, once again digging around the station. Shaking her head at the pup’s silly antics and wondering what he’s found this time, she discovers he’s unearthed an old tin filled with medals from World War II including a Purple Heart! But how did the medals end up in the ground?
With the help of her friend, Debbie Albright, Janet is determined to find the true owner of these treasures. Along the way, they’ll find that time doesn’t change some things—like the love of a loyal canine companion and the way a close-knit community like Dennison comes together in a time of need.