Thursday, March 10, 2016

4 Star Review at Tome Tender by Dianne Biilou

High 4 Star review remarks from Dianne Biilyo at Tome Tender: Chyenna is a treasure, the kind of person you wish you had as a friend and neighbor. Blair, on the other hand, was difficult to understand; with his built-in chip on his shoulder that clearly were unresolved issues he carried. Ms. Voeller has set a beautiful stage with starlit nights, endless open spaces and the raw beauty of lands relatively untouched by humanity and progress. With two adorable young girls, wonderful supporting characters and a love that definitely was not at first sight, this light and fun read is a great escape for a few hours!



Star Light, Star Bright
Published by BWL Publishing, Inc. http://bwlpublishing.ca/
http://amzn.com/B01BO83YPE
by Sydell Voeller

My rating: 

 It was a huge leap of faith when Chyenna and her daughter moved from bustling Portland to a sleepy little town to open an upscale eatery in an historic inn. Too bad not everyone was saw a need for change in the stagnant, but peaceful area. One of those dissenters was cattle rancher, Blair Westerman, a widowed father who blames “big cities” for the death of his wife. His small-minded and stubborn opinion rankles Chyenna, a city girl through and through trying to embrace the beauty of living far from the city lights. No matter how hard she seemed to try to learn the ways of the woods, so to speak, she had the handsome cowboy as her biggest doomsayer who seemed to love to watch her failures.

So why is it that they can’t seem to steer clear of each other? What is the pull? Is it possible that their two daughters are more mature and see more than they do? A plan is hatched and lives are changed…but will it be for the better?

Sydell Voeller’s Star Light, Star Bright is a clean romance with no over-the-top steam-inducing scenes, but the subtle romantic moments are the types that make a heart flutter just a little! Chyenna is a treasure, the kind of person you wish you had as a friend and neighbor. Blair, on the other hand, was difficult to understand; with his built-in chip on his shoulder that clearly were unresolved issues he carried. Ms. Voeller has set a beautiful stage with starlit nights, endless open spaces and the raw beauty of lands relatively untouched by humanity and progress. With two adorable young girls, wonderful supporting characters and a love that definitely was not at first sight, this light and fun read is a great escape for a few hours!


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