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Heather Justesen spent hours every day with her nose in a book long before she could read. She grew up in the heart of rural Utah where there was plenty of time and space for reading and daydreaming. After attending Snow College, she transferred to Southern Utah University, where she met her husband, bill, and received a BA in English literature.
While living in Utah Valley after they both graduated, they foster parented fifteen children and Heather worked for the newspaper and played in her garden. She now lives in her hometown of Fillmore, Utah, where she and her husband own a computer business, run on the volunteer ambulance service, and raise a wild mix of cats, dogs, chickens, geese, ducks, guineas and one tom turkey. Once in a while she still finds time to play in the garden.
Heather’s prior novels include The Ball’s in Her Court and Rebound. To learn more about Heather and her writing, visit her website at HeatherJustesen.com or her blog at HeatherJustesen.blogspot.com. She loves to hear from readers.
on Feb. 05, 2012 :
This was a fabulous, fun, romantic read. A perfect fit for the hour of time I had to spare. :) I'm a fan of Heather Justesen. I love reading her work.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Feb. 03, 2012 :
Great read! I'm a big fan of Heather Justesen. I liked the plot. I enjoyed the characters. I liked how Chelsea was strong and held strong to her beliefs and values even though things weren't what she thought. I enjoyed seeing some of the characters from Family By Design (although the baby's name is Cory in the book and is Chris in this novella). I would recommend this! Enjoyed it and finished it in one night!!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Jan. 27, 2012 :
I loved it! Chelsea was a fantastic female lead. I love that she had her job when she was 18 and worked her way up! Awesome! I loved how they remet and took their time. Kissing friends, HA! There was conflict that needed to be resolved, due to an overprotective big brother and scared daughter. (The stinkers) Molly sounds adorable when she behaved! Rena is a great best friend! The ending was oh-so-very satisfying! All-in-all a great read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)