I'd like to welcome Lynn Lovegreen to my blog. Lynn was lucky enough to grow up in Alaska. Her family was stationed there when she was six, and they fell in love with the place. Alaska’s been home ever since. She’s always felt the power of words; she taught English for 20 years before retiring to make more time for writing. When not writing, she loves to spend time with family and friends, read, travel, and shoot at targets with her cowboy action shooting club, the Alaska 49ers. Her young adult historical romances are set in the Alaska Gold Rush, a great time for drama, romance, and independent characters who made their own way in the world.
Ellie Webster and her brother plan to save the family farm. The untimely death of their father leaves their mother deeply in debt and the siblings are going to
to cash in on the gold rush. Duke Masterson is headed there, too. He’s opening
a saloon with his friend, Dan, in hopes they can make enough money to open
their own establishment in San
Ellie’s first encounter with Duke is on the ship where he tries to stop her from leaning too far over the rail. She considers him brash. He considers her delightful. When Ellie and her brother set out for the gold fields, their plans are dashed. They find themselves back in
and in Dan and Duke’s saloon looking for a way to earn money.
Duke helps Ellie start a pie business. She loves her new found independence and helps rid the town of a conman, but the summer season is coming to an end. She must return to
Nebraska or will she
follow her heart and Duke elsewhere?
I loved the characters and setting of this novel. Ms Lovegreen does a beautiful job describing the scenery and beauty of the
frontier. I was sad to end the book and leave Ellie and Duke.
See Lynn's website at www.lynnlovegreen.com. You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest.
Visit her at Prism Book Group.
And purchase Foolsgold on Amazon!