Here’s what I most enjoyed about Miralee Ferrell’s historical romance, Love Finds You in Bridal Veil Oregon. When I read a romance, I don’t mind the predictability inherent in the genre. Romances–different from love stories–promise a happy ending. The hero and heroine will end up together, regardless of what happens between Page One and The End. The difference in Bridal Veil is we don’t quite know who the hero is. Schoolteacher Margaret Garvey has two good men in her life, and Ferrell manages to make them both sympathetic. The unfolding plot shows the reader much about the moral fiber of the three leads in this novel set in an Oregon logging community in the early 1900’s. I loved having my allegiance tampered with while I read. Well done, Miralee!
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