About the Book
Sophie Shultz smiles at her future even when she doesn’t feel like it. After a lifetime of fearing she’d never fit in anywhere, she’s found a place to belong in the small town of Big Prairie. When a country drive leaves this city girl stranded in the mud, the cowboy who stops to help gives her plenty to smile about. For real. Lance Carson is tall, handsome, and kind, if a little on the quiet side—not to mention the owner of Big Prairie’s celebrated vineyard. Her adopted hometown keeps getting better…
Lance has always preferred solitude, but when he rescues Sophie, he develops a new appreciation for companionship. It doesn’t take long for him to lose his heart as she fills the aching void life’s disappointments have left behind. But a feud with his wild brother has put him in a hard spot, pushing him to a decision that will ruin his relationship with many of Big Prairie’s citizens—and devastate Sophie. Before he can figure out how to tell her, someone tattles on his plans.
As their relationship is put to the test, conflict presses in from every side. Can this rapidly grown romance sink its roots deep enough to weather the storms, or will Lance and Sophie lose their way?
Small town Christian stories of romance and redemption, begin the Big Prairie Romance series today!
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
When I dig into a book written by Jennifer Rodewald, I know I can expect complex characters and a strong message of God’s ability to heal and direct our lives. When I Lost My Way, book two in the Big Prairie romance series) does just that.
Outgoing and energetic Sophie Shultz is the opposite of quiet, on the fringe of the community Lance Carson. Yet, from their first official meeting these two are drawn toward each other. But as their romance blossoms, circumstances try to pull them apart.
I liked that that these two characters stand on opposite sides of an issue between them because that’s life.
Rodewald’s authentic voice resonates because her characters could be someone sitting beside you in church. They fall in love, they struggle, they disagree, and navigating those lows of a relationship together and praying well for each other are firm foundations for the future of the relationship.
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