my review of her debut novel, The Preacher's Bride, I have posted several times about Jody Hedlund's historical novels, including a review of her second release, A Doctor's Lady; a review and interview with Jody about my favorite (so far) of her books, Unending Devotion, and even had my own giveaway of that book, with an additional interview where Jody answered questions posted by her fans on my blog.
It has been so fantastic for me to watch her career zoom! I discovered her by winning a copy of her first book, and since that time, I have enjoyed each of her other releases.
July 1st was the official release date for her sixth novel. This is her third book in her series of Michigan Brides.
I have been procrastinating when it comes to my Goodreads account...I logged on one day to find my reviews and ratings had vanished! Yep, all of them. I might have been hacked--I don't know--but it was so discouraging that I quit posting to it. (To this day, it says I'm still reading A Nobel Groom.)
I don't have the time to go back and repost reviews that disappeared, or even update ratings for what I've read, so I'm just starting again from today. I just posted my review of Captured by Love this morning. If you are a fan of historical/inspirational fiction, and are not familiar with Jody's books, I suggest you try one. Her research is extensive, and it shows in her writing. You will not be disappointed. If you are not a fan of this genre, I still suggest you try one! My 'Broadening My Horizons' post was about that very thing! Hedlund is the reason I now read historical fiction!
I hope you enjoy this latest treat from Jody as much as I did. If only I could take my video camera on the trek back in time...