This love story between Margaret and the two men that she cares for is very touching.. Margaret thought that Nathaniel had left her several years ago, and she wasn't sure whether to trust him or not when he returns to Bridal Veil.
As the Community of this small town pulls together to try and solve the murder of one of their own,... Margaret meets two Runaway children that are trying to escape to a better way of life.
Without giving too much of the story away...
This story had me turning the pages to see what happens next, it was hard to put down.
I recommend this book to anyone that loves Historical romances!
I also enjoyed the historical facts about this community and the Author's family in the back of this book.
again I absolutely love the way Miralee writes her stories, she draws you in right from the beginning and keeps you there till you finish the book in one day, as I did with this book, and with this one it really touched my heart because of the message she wove through the story of how no matter what looks impossible, God will help you through it, and it was just the right book to read at the right time in my life to be reminded of that. God has definitely given Miralee a wonderful and beautiful talent in her writing. thank you and keep them coming
This was a sweet love story. The setting was nice, the writing is good. I like it that there was a mystery in the story. It was easy to guess which man Margaret would choose, but I enjoyed it nevertheless.
Fans of Miralee Ferrell will not be disappointed with this book. Male and female alike will find an interesting setting, a heartfelt love story and characters that keep you guessing. Truly one of my favorites by Miralee so far.
Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon by Miralee Ferrell is a thoroughly enjoyable addition to the Love Finds You series. Margaret Garvey thought her chance at love had disappeared four years ago when the man she loved, Nathaniel, left town without her, but Andrew has been reawakening those emotions. However, the secrets she discovers her father had been holding until his death will shake both relationships. Throw in a murder in the small logging town of Bridal Veil, Oregon and a couple of runaways and Margaret is pulled in several directions. Readers will enjoy the suspense as to which man Margaret will choose that is maintained throughout the first half of the novel, as well as how closely Margaret's struggle with faith is tied to her trust in her father. The story about the children isn't as strong, Sammie annoyed me to no end, and the end seemed a bit too tidy. Ferrell does a great job of portraying life in the Northwest with its focus on logging and family. It's the strong characterization of Margaret that makes the novel shine.