Allie Kirkland’s dream is to follow in her father’s footsteps and continue his work. Since her father’s death, she has always felt like an outsider in her blended family. When she is offered a production assistant job with a show filming near Moses Lake, Texas, it feels like a dream come true. The show will document life in the 1860s and try and solve the mystery of what happened in the community of Wildwood Creek. Allie is drawn to Bonnie Rose and when she is asked to portray the woman in the show, she hesitantly agrees, wanting to tell the woman’s story.
Lisa Wingate does a great job of combining Bonnie Rose’s story with Allie’s story in Wildwood Creek. You want both of these women to get their happily ever after. Allie’s struggles with feeling unloved and what she is starting to feel for her handsome neighbor are very real and tug at your heart.
This is the fourth book in the Moses Lake series but it was the first book I have read in the series and it definitely stands alone.
****Bethany House Publishers provided me with a free Ebook in exchange for an honest and fair review. I was not compensated in any way for either a negative or a positive review.