"Forgiveness is key to finding love and happiness."
Reviewed by Tonya Callihan
Posted June 22, 2009
Kelly Carmichael has been accused of a crime she didn't
commit. Instead of sticking around to learn the outcome
she skips bail and town and heads to Indigo Springs. Kelly
tells the first lie to Chase Bradford when he starts
poking. Now that she's told him one lie she must continue
to lies. But once the truth finally comes out can Chase
forgive the woman he has fallen in love with? Can he ever
trust her again?
When I first got this book to review I wasn't so sure about
the title. I'm usually drawn to the cover art and title
before I pick up the book to read the blurb. Over the
years I have learned you can't judge a book by its cover.
After reading THE STRANGER'S SIN I realized I had jumped to
conclusions and the title fit the story line perfectly.
Darlene Gardner has written a wonderfully story of love.
The emotions of the story will have you racing through the
pages to learn what will become of Kelly and Chase once her
secret is out. Gardner has a way of making he words flow
off the pages. She can bring her characters to life with
seemingly little effort. This isn't the first book of
Indigo Springs and it may not be the last. I can't wait to
read the others set in this small town and to see what
other surprises Gardner have for us!
She didn't do it.
Accused of a crime she didn't commit, Kelly Carmichael
skips bail and heads to Indigo Springs. It's a shot in the
dark but with her freedom at stake, she has no choice if
she wants answers. When forest ranger Chase Bradford starts
asking questions, Kelly tells him she's a stranger passing
That's the first lie.
Now she has to keep lying. She's walking a dangerous
tightrope... especially when she starts falling for the
single father. How will Chase react when he finds out who
she really is? Will the honorable guy feel duty-bound to
bring her in? Or will he stand by her? If only she had the
courage to trust him with the truth...
Return to Indigo Springs... where love never leaves.
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