Wednesday, April 19, 2017
APRIL 19, 2017
Darlene Franklin is an exceptional writer of fiction.
Every book I read of hers is always hard to put down.
I encourage everyone to read her books. You won't be disappointed.
The book today by Darlene is "Colorado Columbine." It is a sweet and fast read. You'll fall for the three daughters as you find yourself cheering for the nanny. Can Garnet make a decision on what God is calling her to do or will she listen to her heart? You can read about it below. Also, the is a bio on Darlene and you can follow her on Amazon, Facebook and her web page.
I received this book as a gift and my review is my own opinion.
THE RICH MAN AND THE ORPHAN Garnet Harvey graduates from an orphanage and lands a job as a nanny for three motherless girls. Chester Paul, a wealthy businessman, lost his wife in childbirth. After a long period of mourning, he hires a nanny to take care of his children while he works in the city. He remains involved in the girls’ daily lives, and comes to care for their new caregiver. When Garnet’s guardian discovers the situation, she insists on a trial separation. If their feelings remain strong, how can Garnet be introduced to Chester’s social circle? How will secrets from Garnet’s past affect their growing love for each other? Is it strong enough to grow as beautiful as the Colorado Columbine?
Best-selling hybrid author Darlene Franklin's greatest claim to fame is that she writes full-time from a nursing home. This year she expects to reach fifty unique titles in print and contributed to more than twenty nonfiction titles. Her column, “The View Through my Door,” appears monthly in Book Fun Magazine. Her most recent titles are Colorado Columbine and Love's Turning Point. You can find Darlene online elsewhere at http://darlenefranklinwrites.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/darlene.franklin.3.