I enjoyed this book for two main reasons. One, as having been a teenager in love I could relate to the main character' past. Two, as a parent dealing with teenagers in love, I could relate to the parents in the book. It was very good.
Good light Christian romance.
Twenty-five years ago, a fender bender tore high school sweethearts Doris June Hargrove and Curt Nelson from each other's arms on the night they were planning to elope. And they hadn't spoken since. Now their widowed parents want to rematch the pair-but how? Doris June agreed to return home and help her mother put together Mother's Day baskets of pansies for the women of Dry Creek. However, she didn't agree to see or talk to Curt. It would take much more than some pansies for her to open her heart to Curt again. But never underestimate the power of a matchmaking mother.
This is a good read that will re-aquaint you with the people who live in Dry Creek. Janet Tronstand has about 8-10 books on the people who live or come to live in this wonderful little town. I recommend them all.
The courtship of Doris June Hargrove and Curt Nelson----in the beginning & on to the conclusion.
GOOD READ. A STORY OF LIFETIME LOVE