About the Book
After her husband’s tragic death, Ryann Marie Ashcroft’s only remaining dream is to save her family’s struggling mountain resort. And the last person she wants to rely on is a brooding stranger with secrets of his own.
Nicknamed America’s rock-and-roll pastor, Shane Olson arrives in Montana after a viral video destroys his marriage, his ministry, and his reputation. Working side by side on the banks of the Madison River, he and Ryann get a second chance at love. But not everyone wants to see their happily ever after.
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In My Opinion
When they first meet, Ryann and Shane seem opposite in many ways, yet both are harboring deep regret and guilt for things in their past. Set among the rugged beauty of Montana and Yellowstone, two hearts heal from heartbreak and tragedy.
Ryann’s love for Montana and her family, her devotion to friends, and her kindness and acceptance of others make her someone you want to know more. But she’s also spunky and fun. Shane is quiet, protective, and loyal. But he’s also human and his knee-jerk reactions have cost him. His is a cautionary tale to not lift people up on pedestals—only God is perfect.
Wildflower Road is a compelling story of grace and growth. Of forgiveness and second chances. There are some hard things Rosche deals with in this book, but they are handled delicately and balanced with the lighter, more endearing moments.
I am so looking forward to Glory Falls coming early 2021 and Thomas’s story now.
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