Friday, March 7, 2014

wildwood creek review

I just loved this book.  "Wildwood Creek" by Lisa Wingate is the fourth book in the "Moses Lake" series.  However, as with the other books in the series that I have read, you do not need to have read the others or to have read them in order to understand this one.  In Wildwood, the story follows two women.  One is Allie, who is working as a production assistant and then actress for a histormentory about the former town of Wildwood, Texas during present day.  The other woman is Bonnie rose, an Irish teacher with a past who is employed by the owner of Wildwood, Mr. Delevan, to teach in 1861.  Wildwood according to Delevan means that he not only owns the town, but also everyone in it.  The novel goes back and forth between the two women showing that legend is not always truth.
This is a well written book.  The characters are great; I loved the story line.  Wingate goes into the details that are put into reenacting the Wildwood town and trying to solve the mysteries that are still alive there.  The only problem I had was the book was it was a little lengthy.  It was an easy read, but a long one.  I love it.  Give it 4.5 stars.  I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from Bethany House Publishers.

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