Seeds of Trust

Seeds of Trust Mills Boon Blush series brings you moving true to life romancesWhen Becca Reynolds heads for rural Georgia to investigate a suspected crop insurance scam she s concerned about her career not her he

  • Title: Seeds of Trust
  • Author: Cynthia Reese
  • ISBN: 9780373365609
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mills Boon Blush series brings you moving, true to life romancesWhen Becca Reynolds heads for rural Georgia to investigate a suspected crop insurance scam, she s concerned about her career, not her heart Chief among the suspects is handsome Ryan MacIntosh, who isn t telling everything he knows Could his involvement possibly be deeper than his devotion to his grand Mills Boon Blush series brings you moving, true to life romancesWhen Becca Reynolds heads for rural Georgia to investigate a suspected crop insurance scam, she s concerned about her career, not her heart Chief among the suspects is handsome Ryan MacIntosh, who isn t telling everything he knows Could his involvement possibly be deeper than his devotion to his grandmother and the small farm that s been in the family for generations Becca can t be sure, even though she and Ryan have shared the most intimate of conversations at least online She s certain he s the charming stranger with whom she s exchanged countless emails and fallen in love But she can t admit the truth any than Ryan can nor predict what it will cost them in the end.

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    1. I bought this for my Kindle and finished it the same day with tears in my eyes. Not Harlequin’s usual category romance, Where Love Grows is a romance in the traditional sense, yes, but also defies those traditions with a heroine who’s been knocked around a few times and still lands on her feet. In a rural farming community threatened by a crop-choking weed, a dedicated insurance investigator falls for a down-home farmer, whose grandma, “Mee-maw” made me miss my own MeeMa, right down to h [...]

    2. Nice story. More of it was investigating the insurance fraud than the romance. The hero is a Georgia farmer, the heroine is an insurance investigator for a crop insurance company. It was interesting, but it would have made a better mystery than a romance, IMO. I didn't get enough romance to believe they really fell in love. I liked the story. It just wasn't much of a romance, even though it was better than a lot of the cozy mysteries I've read. I liked it.

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