Monday, February 17, 2014

Wildwood Creek Review

I just finished reading Wildwood Creek by Lisa Wingate and I really enjoyed this book. Apparently this is part of one of her book series, all dealing with Moses Lake. This story stands alone and does not have anything to do with the other novels in the Moses Lake series.

In this story, two tales are intertwined throughout Allie is a young lady who really is attempting to be a production assistant on a very secretive show, but after a surprise encounter with the director, she is offered a major role. The show is depicting life in the 1800's in a town called Wildwood, which has nothing but mystery surrounding it in it's history. Allie finds that being on set is a little nerve-wracking, because it actually does take place in the abandoned town of Wildwood.

The story goes back and forth between what really happened in the 1800's, and what is happening in present-day. It is easy to follow and the story itself is intriguing. This is a Christian fiction but the faith of the characters is very subtle, which I liked.

I would recommend this book if you like historical romance novels.

Thank you to Bethany House for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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Wildwood Creek

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