Waiting for You


Waiting for You is a Pine Valley Novel written by Heather B. Moore.  There are three other Pine Valley Novels that were previously published, but this is the first book that I’ve read.  Though this is the first Pine Valley Novel I’ve read, it is not the first novel I’ve read by the author, also known as H. B. Moore.

I never heard of this book until or the series until I was looking at my email and decided to check my junk folder and I saw an email newsletter from H. B. Moore and wondered why I wasn’t getting it in my usual inbox.  It’s a good thing I decided to check that, because she listed me as a winner to receive a free book and I had a few days left to claim my prize, which was this book.

I wasn’t sure what to think of this book at first.  I love her LDS historical fiction novels, but I’ve never read any of her romance novels.  But I gave it a try, since it was given to me free, and I loved it!  Even though this book wasn’t written for the LDS market, it is still a fun, clean read that all romance lovers will enjoy reading.

I for one, will now need to get my hands on the other three Pine Valley Novels.  Hopefully, I don’t miss anymore newsletter emails from H. B. Moore, because I don’t want to miss out on winning anything else that I might enjoy or just to know there is a new book to purchase.

Note: If you would like to be on H. B. Moore’s email list too, then go to www.hbmoore.com/contact

Book Blurb 

Gwen Robbins loves her job waitressing at the Pine Valley resort restaurant, and as a single woman she has no trouble turning down offers of dates from the restaurant patrons.  Even when her boss, Seth Owens, shows interest in her, she’s not tempted in the least, no matter how strong their attraction.

But when Seth helps her through a crisis, she begins to see him in a different light.  He’s not the rich and privileged business owner she first makes him out to be, but a man who’s making huge sacrifices to follow his own dreams.  As Seth encourages Gwen to mend the divide with her family, she realizes her heart is slowly opening toward a better future.


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