5 Stars Out Of 5
Under the Summer Sky
November 19, 2012
This romantic new book from bestselling author Lori Copeland portrays God's miraculous provision even when none seems possible.
1893--A man who goes only by the name of "Jones" isn't looking for trouble when he happens across Miss Trinity Franklin at the riverside. He is simply on his way to North Dakota to seek the advice of Tom Curtis, a former CN&W Railroad land purchaser. But when Jones spots a lady who is about to become the victim of a marauding band of thugs, he quickly follows his instincts. A handy barrel and a nearby river seem the perfect getaway solution...how was he to know she couldn't swim?
Thus begins an adventure beyond what either could have anticipated. After Jones again rescues Trinity--this time from the river--they find their destination is the same: a small town in North Dakota. A seemingly coincidental beginning comes to a delightful and charming ending when orchestrated by the One who can put the pieces of any lost and broken life together.
Ah! Can we say super cute?
I LOVE Lori Copeland and The Dakota Diaries!
They are funny, real-life, down-to-earth stories full love, faith and family.
Reading Under the Summer Sky was a sweet blessing. The characters are well-developed and creative. From a pig farming lady with an elephant to the serious decisions of how to care for the elderly, Lori Copeland wove a story that will have you laughing and crying as you read more about these wonderful characters in this unique little town.
I love how each story stands alone, yet you can read them together to and enjoy the characters for more than just one book.
I have to also add that the covers of these books are just beautiful. It is fun to start a story with the characters faces in your mind!