• Title: Heart Tied
  • Author: Robyn Buttars
  • ISBN: 9780692375365
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heart Tied Working alongside her dad is the way Jenny was raised and the way she chooses to live at least until she goes to veterinary school Determined and dedicated she rises early and doesn t end her day unt
    Working alongside her dad is the way Jenny was raised and the way she chooses to live, at least until she goes to veterinary school Determined and dedicated she rises early and doesn t end her day until the evening chores are done When heart tied is hurled at Jenny as an accusation, she can t deny it David, her neighbor through a country mile, is as much a part of herWorking alongside her dad is the way Jenny was raised and the way she chooses to live, at least until she goes to veterinary school Determined and dedicated she rises early and doesn t end her day until the evening chores are done When heart tied is hurled at Jenny as an accusation, she can t deny it David, her neighbor through a country mile, is as much a part of her life as the land she loves Encouraging her to pursue her dreams, David is there to help when needed until he leaves to fulfill a personal commitment for two years Jenny accepts their separation with only letters to keep in touch in an instant communication world but when his letters stop she fears he has moved on without her Determined to keep her feelings in check, Jenny befriends Nash, but when she has a chance meeting with David, the feelings she has tried to suppress are heightened David s return does little to clarify their relationship before he leaves again Has their long term friendship been an indication of something , as Jenny has always hoped, or does it prevent him from falling in love with her

    One Reply to “Heart Tied”

    1. Novel received courtesy of giveawayThis was a very short (176 pages) novel, however; it was fairly well-written. This is very obviously a novel written about a very conservative, religious family and community. The main character, Jenny, never had a real kiss until she was 21 years-old. So, I found it to be out of my way-of-thinking and couldn't really get into the novel with any sense of relateability. The descriptions of the scenery in the West, especially in Yellowstone, were lovely. I could [...]

    2. Really cute sweet romance. I don't always like stories that rely a lot on flashbacks, but the author handled them well. The rural setting is a bit foreign to me (which is ironic because I live close to where it takes place), but I still found myself caring about the character's concerns, and I enjoyed watching them grow and find their happy ending. There are some LDS elements in the story, but it's not preachy--just part of who the characters are--and I think it would appeal even to non-LDS fans [...]

    3. Tender LoveI enjoyed the story, the way you describe d the valley and mountains was like I was right there in Utah. The characters are very engaging. And there are some very important life lessons shared in a gentle manner. I read the books in order, they were both very interesting and we'll written. Thanks for sharing. K

    4. This is the second book in a series. The series is a great story and this part of the story is great on its own. The author has a way of making common life come to life. I look forward to reading more stories from this author. The best part about this series is the author is LDS and the young woman in the story is LDS and yet the author never feels that she needs to preach religion or testify to us about her believes. It would have been easy for the author to let her heroin say something like "I [...]

    5. As a newcomer to , I have chosen to do a giveaway for this book. One of the recommendations I read was to post a note about the inspiration for my book in this review space. Thank you for letting me share. I moved from the downtown area of a small city to a farm when I got married. The drive and stamina so common among farmers amazed me, and I loved being part of a community where people claim everyone within a two mile radius as neighbors. My protagonist, Jenny, is a country girl who experience [...]

    6. Relaxing and romantic bookI love romance books and this had life situations going on. It was easy to read and understand. I will read more from this author.

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