A five star reviewer, “I loved this book.It was a lovely, sweet, romantic read. I don’t consider myself a small town girl, but I fell in love with Regina Beach and its residents.”
A five star reviewer: “This novel is beautifully written and captured the essence of being a stranger in a small town. Herman and Margaret, the elderly couple next door, gave the story a realistic feel few authors can achieve.”
A four star reviewer: “This was one of the best books in this genre I have read in a while.”
Take a chance and join Anna and Nick as they journey toward love while becoming friends and learning to trust again.
I woke up and brought my coffee to the desk little realizing that I wouldn’t leave for a while because I had comments and visitors. Wow!
Three comments I’d like to share from readers who have read Moving On-A Prairie Romance:
1. Mary Balogh Apr 30, 2012 11:02 AM
I can assure would-be readers that Annette’s book really is a good one. It is not a traditional romance. It is more what I would call a love story. The relationship between the hero and heroine develops slowly and sweetly and believably, and in the process we come to know them and care for them as persons. The background of Regina Beach and its inhabitants adds a richness of atmosphere that is often lacking in fiction. Give it a try! Mary Balogh
2. Karyn Good Apr 30, 2012 12:40 PM
Annette, your lovely way with description makes Regina Beach a character in it’s own right. I love small town setting!
3. Leeann Minogue Apr 30, 2012 01:08 PM
This is a great book, with a great Saskatchewan setting. Read it.
And now I must go to sleep because tomorrow’s stop is just hours away.