Saturday, September 28, 2013

Litfuse Review: Home To Heather Creek by:Kathleen Bauer

Sweet SeptemberBefore the Dawn
About the Books:
Before the Dawn-
Charlotte's world is turned upside-down by the death of her daughter, Denise, whose three children are now coming to live on Heather Creek Farm with her.They find out that it is always darkest Before the Dawn.

Sweet September-
Harvest at Heather Creek Farm is an exciting time, but the children don't seem to be getting into the spirit. Charlotte sets out to uncover the truth. The family learns about the love that binds them together.


My Review:
Before The Dawn:
 Charlotte has finally made it back home after weeks away.  She didn't know that her grandchildren would have a problem with the farm, well she didn't know much about them at all. She expected them to be excited that there mom use to live there and it would be a way for them to be close to her since she her recent passing, but they felt the total opposite. Sam, the oldest of the kids, stayed to himself and barely even noticed where they were. Emily was quite rude and barely spoke herself. Christopher in a way thought of this as an adventure. The only thing Charlotte is worried about these kids running away as her daughter had done years prier. But this time she knew things would have to be different, but how? Charlotte knew that with God's help all things were possible.


Sweet September:
 With Harvest season knocking on their front door, Charlotte tries to get her grandchildren in the mood for working in the garden. Who ever said that would be easy? Because it's not, Sam wants to run around after his Uncle and see what he's doing, even though he knows his grades are suffering. Emily who would rather talk to her friend Ashley than work. And Christopher who has a secret he's keeping from everyone. Will Charlotte be able to pull everyone together till harvest is ended? Or will the whole thing be a bust? When Charlotte's son's old girlfriend shows up again, will it bring old feelings back?

**Disclosure** These books were sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse Publicity.