Friday, April 13, 2018

A Family for Easter By Lee Tobin

Too different to fall in love? In Rescue River, anything can happen…When wealthy single mom Fiona Farmingham rents her carriage house to widowed Eduardo Delgado, it’s purely in friendship. Insecure over her late husband’s betrayal, Fiona hides her attraction to the humble landscaper. Between them they have six children, two dogs—and a world of differences. But with half a dozen little matchmakers involved, can they find the courage to reach for happiness once more.

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Lee Tobin McClain read Gone With The Wind in the third grade and has been an incurable romantic ever since. When she not writing emotional Christian romances, she's probably driving around a carload of snarky teen girls, playing with her rescue dog and cat, or teaching aspiring writers in Seton Hill University's MFA program. She is probably not cleaning her house.

You can find Lee online at and on Twitter @LeeTobinMcClain. Like her on Facebook or email her at She loves to hear from readers!

My Thoughts...

This blogger/reviewer still says that really talented authors should NOT write these what I call novellas. This was the first book that I have read by this author, but it will not be my last.
I did not like Fiona's mom could not get past her black ugly heart but the rest of the characters were loveable and made this book a good one. I read it in one sitting.
 The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. I love these little books you can read them in an hour and not worry about sitting all day long.

  2. These are great to put in your purse you always have a book to read with you,

  3. Sounds like a good one. I will check it out.

  4. I have never heard of this author but this does sound like a good book.

  5. I love Easter time, and a sweet romance so this should be really good.

  6. I love the cover and title. I know it will be a great little story. Thank you for sharing, Mary.

  7. I want to read this one, it sounds like a great book.

  8. Such a cute cover! Love Inspired are my go-to books because they pack a punch in so few pages; about 220 for contemporary/suspense and a little longer at around 280 for historical. I've only "met" Lee on Facebook, but she's warm and friendly :-) She's written many LI's so I would definitely check them out Mary!