If you’re of my generation, you probably remember when Nat King Cole sang about the “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.” When it’s hot and hazy, and the heat and humidity sap your strength, it’s tempting and sometimes necessary to be lazy.
What’s your favorite summer activity? Roadtrips (in an air-conditioned vehicle, of course)? Vacationing in the mountains? Living at the beach? Picnicking at the park?
How about sitting in the shade of a big tree and reading a good book?
If you like to read Christian romance, I have a suggestion for you: Blue Bonnet Bride by Molly Bull, a brand new release from Scrivenings Press.
Dr. Gina Hollister dreams of building a learning center for children with problems near Hill River, Texas, but she and her partner Nicole are unable to get the financial backing they need. Gina tutors 14-year-old Amanda Bryson, who is dyslexic and has recently lost her mother. When Amanda must travel to Colorado with her father for the summer, Steve Bryson hires Gina to go with them to continue tutoring Amanda, and he promises to supply the funds for building the learning center. Gina is attracted to Steve, but she isn’t sure she can trust him, a wealthy businessman with the reputation of a womanizer, but she agrees to go with certain rules in place. Gina herself is dyslexic and carries with her the wounds of childhood mockery for her learning difficulties and clumsiness. Steve’s confidence, smile, and the doubt he expresses about Gina’s ideas and teaching methods bring Gina’s wounds to the surface. And Steve isn’t a fan of Bible thumpers–Christians like Gina. What about the bluebonnets? You’ll have to read the book. .
About the Author: Molly Noble Bull is a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a Christian romance novelist, and a graduate of Texas A&I—now Texas A&M at Kingsville. A native Texan and the daughter and granddaughter of cattle ranch foremen, it is not surprising that Molly likes to write about cowboys. Molly and Charlie Bull have three grown sons, six grandchildren, and have been married for many years.
Molly has published with Zondervan, Harlequin’s Love Inspired, and others. . Sanctuary, her long historical, won the 2008 Gayle Wilson Award in the inspirational category and tied for first place in a second national contest for published authors that year. Later, Sanctuary was republished under a new title, The Secret Place. Gatehaven, her Gothic historical, won the Grand Prize in the 2013 Creation House Fiction Writing Contest.When the Cowboy Rides Away won the 2016 Texas Association of Authors contest in the Christian western category, and Scrivenings Press republished it in 2020.
Other of Molly’s titles are The Rogue’s Daughter, Brides and Blessings, For Always, and The Winter Pearl. Barbour Publishing published The Secret Admirer Romance Collection on May 1, 2017, and Molly’s novella in that collection is titled “Too Many Secrets.”
Her newest sweet Christian romance, Blue Bonnet Bride, was released by Scrivenings Press on June 29, 2021.
To learn more, click on Molly’s web page, www.mollynoblebull.com
Or visit the Bluebonnet Bride page at Amazon. https://scrivenings.link/bluebonnetbride
My own sweet Christian romance, Heart’s Desire, will go on pre-order July 13 and released on July 27, 2021. https://scrivenings.link/heartsdesire
“Falling in love doesn’t follow a straight path to happily ever after.”
“Delight yourself also in the Lord, And He shall give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37:4 NKJV