Erin Jacobs' work as an animal rescuer takes her into some strange situations. When she approaches a porch and looks inside a basket, she's stunned to see an infant. Her world is about to be turned upside down.
Travis Williams, a caseworker, has his doubts that
Erin can handle this new responsibility. The one thing he
didn't think would happen took him by surprise. It's not every day you
fall in love with a gorgeous, but fiercely independent, woman.
This is the second book in The Jacobs Series. The author is known for her Amish novels, but I'm glad to see she's branched out to another genre. This heartwarming tale left me wanting more.
I'm giving this book 5 Stars. I'll be on the lookout for her future books.
Writers: Have you thought about switching genres? Why or why not?
Readers: When a favorite author moves in a different direction, do you still read their books? Please share.
That is an interesting question... do I go along when a writer changes direction? I remember I used to love the books by John Grisham and then he wrote a folk story... and I absolutely loved that one as well!
May have to check this one out. Thanks for the info, Susan! Have a wonderful week! :)
This looks like a great read, Susan. Thanks for sharing!
Not all authors can change genres and pull it off. One I can think of who did it successfully is Liz Curtis-Higgs.
I went from devotional writing to humor to non-fiction, and I think I lost some followers in the switch. My devotional book--although it's five years old--continues to be my best-seller.
So guess what genre my next book will be?
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