Has your past left a scar on your heart?   Have you been able to move beyond it?   Harriet Kirk, the main character in Tomorrow’s Garden (Texas Dreams #3), was holding some scars of her own and was convinced that moving to a new community to become a school teacher was the answer.   She didn’t count on the handsome sheriff & mayor affecting her fragile heart.

Although I had read and reviewed the second in the Texas Dreams series (Scattered Petals), this book is not dependent upon that one.  You can pick this one up and read it on it’s own and not feel as if you are missing some inside information.   It’s a great story about overcoming obstacles, facing fears and becoming the best person you can be.   And it isn’t just the main character that changes but many people in the book, both related to Harriet, and new to her.

This was a very enjoyable story and I recommend it to anyone who likes historical fiction and/or romance.  It was well written and moved along logically and the characters were very likable.   Recommend it highly!

Available April 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

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