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Interlude at Cottonwood Springs by Liz Adair
Ruth Reynolds moves in wealthy New York circles. Heck Benham rides the range in the high plateau of New Mexico. When she comes west during the Great Depression, chance throws them together, and they fall in love. But she’s a married lady, and he’s an honorable man.
**** It is a rewrite of Liz’s Whitney-winning book COUNTING THE COST
Liz Adair, in a word, is a master storyteller. She has a way of ripping your heart out, and then shoving it back in a little mangled, but also a little wiser than before. She also did a beautiful job in Interlude at Cottonwood Springs in teaching the universal truth of choices and consequences without becoming didactic. ~Loralee