Friday, July 4, 2014
Plots and Pans by Kelly Hake with #Review
When I heard about this new book from author Kelly Hake, I was very interested in it. It was a historical comedy after all with cowboys and set in Texas:) Who could resist! Not me for sure. I have always enjoyed her mothers books so I knew I would like this one. I just didn't realize how much I would:)
The two main characters are Jessalyn and Tucker. But the secondary characters were almost my favorite. Jess was sent away to a young ladies boarding school in England when she was little and an accident happened. Ever since she believes she killed her father(Not going into details so I don't give anything away). When she finally gets the message he has passed away she escapes the boarding school and heads across the ocean to come home. One of the funniest parts is when she rides up to the ranch. Tucker thinks she is a drifter looking for work and instructs him/her to go to the bunk house. Then when he can't find the drifter he gets upset. You have to read it to appreciate the humor:)
Tucker is a great guy though a bit controlling. At the same time I often found myself taking his side in the arguments between him and Jess. She was quite bossy and wanting to take off by herself while he is trying to watch over her.
This is a really good book filled with humor and fun while at the same time imparting truth from Scripture. As I said above, the secondary characters were almost more sweet than Jess and Tucker. Excellent book!
I received a copy of this book from BookFun for my review purposes.
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