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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Book Review: A Wife and a River by Sherri Schoenborn Murray

 A Wife and a River


A Wife and a River - A Fishing Romance (Wilhoit Book 1)




From Amazon:

Scotts Mills, Oregon, 1960. When a young, pretty woman interviews for the cashier position at his tackle shop, Trevor Dawber rethinks his prayer request. 
Mae was NOT what he had in mind when he asked four elderly women to pray for him in hiring his first employee. She was just the kind of lure he didn’t need in his fishing store. 


My Thoughts:

Sherri Shoenborn Murray book A Wife and a River, gives us romance in a unexpected place, laughter, praying elderly ladies, and bunch of busybody fisherman. 

With great descriptions she had me wanting to live in a cabin, to visit the tackle shop, to go fishing (now), and last but not least, wanting to be in the elderly ladies prayer group!

With so many great characters through out this book, my favorite was just hard to pin down. I guess if pressed, I would say it would be Mae. She shines with her love of fishing, she is hardworking, loving, willing to learn, and most of all, a praying woman.  

Although this book kept my interest throughout it really picked up in the middle for me.  I didn't want to put it down. Sounds like I'm in for a series and I can't wait to read more.  Wonderful and unique story line!  





I was given this book by the author in exchange for my honest review.   


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