"Blowing on Dandelions is a fun read with a beautiful setting in 1880s Baker City, Oregon. Ferrell has created characters youll root for, and the attitudes feel appropriate for the time in this tender romance. The relationships of mothers and daughters in this story speak deeply of the need for acceptance, love, and respect from ones parents."
Susan Page Davis, award-winning author of the Prairie Dreams and Texas Trails series
"As soft and gentle as the wisps of snowy seeds for which it is named, Blowing on Dandelions is an achingly tender love story that will lift your spiritsand your hearthigh on a gentle breeze over the Oregon prairie."
Julie Lessman, award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston and Winds of Change Series
"Miralee Ferrells Blowing on Dandelions is a deeply inspiring story about family conflict and the transforming power of rekindled love. A richly written story chock full of nuggets of divine wisdom this book was, for me, a genuinely satisfying read."
Walt Larimore, best-selling author of Hazel Creek and Sugar Fork
"Miralee Ferrells writing style is always a delight, even as her stories are captivating. Blowing on Dandelions is no exception. From the opening scene the reader is drawn into Katherine Galloways life, and we care about her from that moment on. This is more than a heart-tugging romancethough it is thatbut it is also a mind-challenging read that will leave us in a different place than when we began."
Kathi Macias, multi-award-winning author of 40 books, including the Golden Scrolls 2011 Novel of the Year and Carol Award finalist, Red Ink
"Blowing on Dandelions is an amazing, deeply emotional story. Each of the characters is so sympathetic and well drawn that it was impossible to put the book down. Ferrell is a wonderful writer who handles the pain of physical and emotional trauma beautifully. Her characters are appealing, with a touching and believable faith journey, and the romance is lovely. My only regret was reaching the final page! Miralee Ferrells future books will be an automatic purchase from now on!"
Roxanne Rustand, author of Duty to Protect
"An interesting combination of the classic Western and prairie romances. No cowboys but a hero who loves his son and a heroine who loves her daughters. Mix in a boardinghouse, a mysterious boarder, and two matriarchs, marking their territory. Katharine Galloway is a heroine to root for! And Miralee Ferrell is an author to watch!"
Lyn Cote, author of La Belle Christiane