Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Waiting for You by Andrea Boyd

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Responsibility—that one word sums up Wade Spencer’s existence since his father’s death. Thrust into the role of head of the family, he’s keeping the farm running and his younger siblings in line. When a life-threatening illness attacks his momma, he readily steps in to support her. Sure would be nice to have someone by his side to help carry the load, but all that responsibility hasn’t left much time for dating. Or maybe it’s just his reserved nature holding him back.

Dani Connor had gotten everything she ever dreamed of as a child. Married her high school sweetheart, had a sweet little girl she could shower with all the love she’d been denied by her own parents, and built a life far away from the farm. When those dreams come crashing down, she realizes that back at home on the farm is where she should have stayed.

It doesn’t take long after Dani’s return to Shiloh for Wade to realize she’s the one God has in mind, but Dani will have to get over past hurts and take another chance if she wants Wade to be part of her new dreams.


This book y'all!! I just couldn't put it down!!
This is my first time meeting Wades family and I felt like fit right in!
I loved them right from the beginning especially Wade! He's my favorite. Why?
Because he's kind, caring and responsible.
It must be hard always being responsible and yes I can contest to that. I took care of my mom when her diabetes went downhill and she could no longer take care of herself.
I admired my mom because even though she was sick she held on to her job as long as she could.
Poor Dani!! Just because you married your high school sweetheart or thought you did people and things change. Circumstances change. Sometimes out of our control.
We can't foresee life's events until we see that we make foolish mistakes.
I especially loved Dani's grandmother. I love her advice that she gives her granddaughter along the way. She too is kind, caring and wise.
Piper was a pretty cool little kid. I felt sorry for being caught in the middle. It's the kids that suffer.
I really enjoyed Boyd's story. It's full of love and promises. It's also got the theme of forgiveness too. That's the most important thing ever.
I'm looking forward to reading more of Boyd's stories in the future.
I love her writing style because it flows smoothly along and will draw you into the story before you know it.
I highly recommend this book. I guarantee you'll enjoy it. I did!
My thanks to the author and publisher for a complementary copy of this book. NO compensations were received and all opinions are my own.


Each of Andrea Boyd’s series represents a different genre but all fall into the category of romance. All offer an element of her own brand of humor. And all are a tribute to God.
Besides writing, she loves spending time with her family, quilting, going to car shows, and driving around in her 1968 Barracuda convertible.
Andrea lives with her husband, Tommy, and at least a couple of cats in York County, SC.
You can visit her website @ www.andreaboyd11.com
I mainly read Christian Romance and Secular YA—an odd combination, I know. I do not like seeing negative re

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