Kaye Dacus does it again!

I was sad to read the last of the Brides of Bonneterre series that I enjoyed so much, so was eager to read Love Remains, book one in Kaye Dacus’ new “Matchmakers” series. And I was not disappointed! The prologue sets up the story with a conversation between several grandmothers who want to have great-grandchildren. Then we are introduced to Zarah Mitchell who works for a commission on historical preservation and to a face from her past, Bobby Patterson who will be investigating fraud within the commission. As the question on the back of the book asks, “Can the historian learn to leave the past in the past?”

That alone is enough to set up tons of conflict, but the author takes it a step further when we find out the way our hero and heroine separated several years earlier and the lies they each believe about the other. Another delightful read from an author who gets better with each book! So hurry on over to http://www.barbourbooks.com/ and order this book and her other series if you haven’t read them.

This book was a gift from the author and publisher for review purposes which I requested because I know how much I love Kaye Dacus’ writing!

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  1. rbooth43 says:

    I enjoy reading Kaye Dacus’ books and saw your contest page on ACFW.


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