Monday, July 16, 2018

The Hope of Azure Springs by Rachel Fordham


36496717The Hope of Azure Springs

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Seven years ago, orphaned and alone, Em finally arrived at a new home in Iowa after riding the orphan train. But secrets from her past haunt her, and her new life in the Western wilderness is a rough one. When her guardian is shot and killed, Em, now nineteen, finally has the chance to search for her long-lost sister, but she won't be able to do it alone.
For Azure Springs Sheriff Caleb Reynolds, securing justice for the waifish and injured Em is just part of his job. He's determined to solve every case put before him in order to impress his parents and make a name for himself. Caleb expects to succeed. What he doesn't expect is the hold this strange young woman will have on his heart.
Debut author Rachel Fordham invites historical romance readers to the charming town of Azure Springs, Iowa, where the people care deeply for one another and, sometimes, even fall in love.
My Thoughts:
Debut novel, The Hope of Azure Springs by Rachel Fordham is a breath of fresh-air. With deep emotions, the characters will draw you in ,as you feel apart of their life in Azure Springs dealing with loss, sickness and romance. 
Ms. Fordman did a fantastic job when it came to the research behind this book and I would have never known this was her first book. Honestly, this is a must read! The Hope of Azure Springs is a wonderful novel and a very  engaging historical read! It’s deeply meaning and a emotional read that I really enjoyed. The theme of hope, romance, and healing were just many of the things you can find at Azure Springs. Honestly, Em and Caleb are two characters and stories that will stick with you long after this story is over.  I highly recommend this book, and know that you will read this boo quickly. I hope to be able to read this book again before summer is over again. This is a great historical fiction read! 

About the Author:
Rachel FordhamRachel Fordham has long been fascinated by all things historical or in the words of her children “old stuff”. Often the historical trivia she discovers is woven into her children's bedtime tales. Despite her love for good stories she didn’t attempt writing a novel until her husband challenged her to do so (and now she’s so glad he did). Since that time she’s often been found typing or researching while her youngest child naps or frantically writing plot twists while she waits in the school pick-up line. In addition to her passion for storytelling she enjoys reading, being outdoors and seeing new places. Rachel lives with her husband and children on an island in Washington state.

Learn more about current projects at rachelfordham.com

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