Amanda Cabot’s “Cimarron Creek Trilogry” has reached its conclusion, as “A Tender Hope” released from Revell Publishers earlier this spring. Although each novel in the series was a complete tale of its own, the overarching storylines that wove the books together are finally tied up in a satisfying conclusion for the characters we’ve already become acquainted with.
Romance is blossoming as newcomers arrive in town, but secrets abound as well. . . With an abandoned baby, an unsolved murder, a missing family member, and criminals still on the hunt for those who know too much, the seemingly quiet town of Cimarron Creek is about to get a heaping dose of excitement – and danger.
Amanda Cabot has a wonderful talent for bringing historical settings to life and filling them with three-dimensional characters, sweet romance, and themes of faith and new beginnings. Her books also usually contain a surprise twist – often in the form of a serious crime – that keeps readers on their toes and guessing until the end! “A Tender Hope” is no exception, and is definitely a must-read for anyone who has already enjoyed “A Stolen Heart” and “A Borrowed Dream”.
I received this book courtesy of Revell Publishing, in participation with a Revell Reads Blog Tour. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.