Faith’s life has become boring and predictable. She’s the oldest daughter and she’s always been dependable and sensible but she thinks it’s time for a change. How far is she willing to go?
Sweetwater Creek, Georgia is recovering very slowly after the Civil War and the few men left in the small one-horse town are unacceptable mates. Her sister wants to go to Atlanta, but that doesn’t feel like the right move for Faith. Her mother doesn’t want to leave at all since her father’s grave is there.
Aaron is a single father who hasn’t recovered from his beloved wife’s untimely death. He’s depended on his in-laws to help him raise his motherless children, but he knows he’s got to take steps to be the father his Mary would have wanted him to be.
These two come to an agreement that neither of them truly understands until they’re in the middle of it. When the truth finally hits them, things hit a few snags. Will there be a magical union or will the two be unable to manage their differences?
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Annie Boone grew up going to museums and watching historical movies with her family. Her dad was a history buff and then she married a history buff. Her vow to never watch another historical movie or go to another Civil War museum again fell by the wayside.
Annie has been writing romance since high school and she loves to write Western Christian Romance stories today. Weaving a Christian element into her stories helps her be constantly reminded of her own faith.
Annie enjoys naming her characters and she does this at the start of her writing process. Many of the characters in her stories are named after people who have been or are currently important in her life. For example, Viola in “Don’t Fence Him In” is named after her paternal grandmother and Frederick is named after her father-in-law. Neither character is based on their personalities, but she used their names as a tiny tribute.
When you read an Annie Boone story, you won’t be pounded with scriptures, but the characters – at least most of them! – are God fearing people. They trust in God to help them through life’s twists and turns as many of us do today.
Annie lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two cats. Reading and various crafts are her favorite things to do. Working in the yard is one of her least favorite things to do, but she does it anyway. Annie also loves to travel and she’s fortunate to travel often to the West. Her favorite places are Wyoming and Arizona.