It’s 1863, and schoolteacher Olivia Owens believes education should be a top priority in the newly established settlement of Good Springs. Between planning lessons and helping out on her family’s homestead, Olivia doesn’t have time for Gabriel McIntosh’s charming advances. When the council denies her request to build a schoolhouse, Olivia must challenge their ruling and teach private lessons—all while hiding frequent bouts of word blindness (dyslexia). If the council knew the new teacher couldn’t always read, they wouldn’t allow Olivia to teach anymore.
As a carpenter, Gabe McIntosh is working hard to help build the settlement of Good Springs, and once his land is granted, he begins constructing his own house. When Olivia discovers he plans to share it with her, she guards her heart from him. But Gabe is determined to win her affection and figure out what she’s hiding.
Another great read from Kelly Keith. I absolutely love her books and the way she writes. She is very talented. A job well done on this story and it did no disappoint.
I absolutely loved the romance between Gabe and Olivia. It was so sweet. It was fun to see how there realtionship blossomed. Olivia and Gabe were great characters to fall in love with.
The story line was well written, great characters. I am hoping there will be more to come.
Recommend to readers who like clean romance stories. 5 stars.