Book 3 of the Rocky Mountain Front Series
Megan Winkle does what any woman in pain would do … she runs.
Robbed of her future, she “steals” her Granny’s spinning wheel, stuffs it in a U-Haul with her other things, and heads west. When her car breaks down in Choteau, Montana, she stays. The scenery is amazing and people are friendly. The long winters give her plenty of time to spin, knit, and plan her new business.
As spring inches into the northwest, her business is off to a good start and two men want to take her out. Dave Brockman is a confident, well-heeled businessman; Dylan Beck a part-time rancher and unsuccessful artist. She likes them both, but she’s not into dating. First, she needs to stand on her own two feet.
Everything is running smoothly until the sheriff shows up on her doorstep to charge her for stealing the spinning wheel. Everything goes downhill from there. Should she reach out for help, or pack up and run again?
A woman’s fiction novel, Leaving Home examines the courage it takes to follow a dream no matter what happens. The intimacy of small-town life, the soothing nature of the fiber arts, and vivid descriptions of life on the Rocky Mountain Front live within its pages. (There is also a knitting pattern!)
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“This author spins a wonderful tale about forgiveness and second chances. The plot is true to many lives and kept my attention right from the start. The characters are developed and somewhat mysterious as each has their own past secrets. The interactions with Audie warmed my heart and had me pulling for her to have the life she wanted, but only time will tell. Even with all this going on there is a mystery that happens throughout the story that peeked my interests. While this is the first I have read from this talented author, it will not be the last. I can’t wait to go back and read book 1 while waiting for the next book in the series. Overall I loved this story and highly recommend this book for a great 5 star read!” ~ Hope W.