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Their Wander Canyon Wish by Allie Pleiter

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About the book:

Title: Their Wander Canyon Wish

Author: Allie Pleiter

Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance

Release Date: February 1, 2020-Kindle, January 21, 2020-Paperback

Can two little girls find their mom a match?

Their mother needs a fresh start…Could he be what they’ve been waiting for?

Back in her hometown with her twin daughters, widow Marilyn Sofitel is set on never falling in love again. She’s sure her heart is safe spending time with Wyatt Walker as he works to fix the carousel her girls love. Everyone knows he’s handsome, charming…and trouble. But as they grow closer, might their unlikely friendship to develop into something deeper?

Book Review:

A wonderful small-town romance with plenty of heart and soul for the characters.

Small towns can be the proverbial can of worms anytime something happens. Before you can sneeze, everyone in town knows and has formed their own opinion. Doesn’t matter what you say or do after that, your reputation is set in stone. For Marilyn and Wyatt, this small-town ripple effect could have devastating effects.

Allie Pleiter creates believable characters who will tug your heartstrings with their antics and emotions. The twins add a level of fun and excitement while helping build trust between the adults.

Wyatt starts off with that bad boy vibe, and I loved the way his armor was slowly chipped away and we get to see the man behind the mask.

Their Wander Canyon Wish is an excellent example of how God can take something we see as broken and turn it into something beautiful.

I received a copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.


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