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Why Not? (Debra Marvin) – Review

Good Monday morning everyone. Spring Break officially began for my children this morning and this year we have opted for a staycation. I’ve made lots of fun plans, including a day of horseback riding. 🙂 How about you? How will you be spending your Spring Break or the first days of spring?

In other news, 7 authors have confirmed they will be participating in Authors In the Park: Authors, Novels & National Parks which will run concurrently with National Park Week. One of those authors is Debra Marvin! Therefore, I wanted to share this wonderful review my friend Katie wrote for Why Not? (set in Grand Canyon NP). Check it out and then be sure to return April 15th-23rd for a week long celebration of Christian fiction set in U.S. National Parks.!

Fiction Aficionado

4-5 stars

~ About the Book ~

Grand Canyon, 1914

Society girl Amber Wynott’s wintry escape to the Grand Canyon provides a chance to pursue her dream and prove she has what it takes to be a successful architect. It doesn’t take long to realize the incredible scenery can’t hide the simmering anger between ‘railroad money’ and the struggling locals.

Which side is master builder Stone Morrison on?

Amber has met her match in the handsome, hard-headed man. He’s been directed to keep an eye on her, but when iron meets iron—oh the sparks! As their unlikely old matchmaker tells them, pride goes before a fall, and this is a bad place to fall. Will danger finally knock some sense into the pair?

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