Happy Endings make for happy readers, right? Yes! It has been enjoyable to get more involved in this series with the lives of people living in Dry Creek, Montana. When I read about Gracie Stone’s house, I remembered the way the bedroom had looked, the furniture had worn, and then I continued to learn about the colors and choices that she never go to make. It was encouraging to see Gracie’s character develop from a wife of a hard-nosed rancher that was accused of something she didn’t do, to a lady who realized that her heart could love again if she opened it just a bit. It was also inspiring to note the other people in her life who were growing in acceptance and neighborly love. Her sons rose to the occasion when they realized there was someone who would be good for their mother and they gave her a second chance also to fall in love. I love Janet Tronstad’s way with descriptions and how she makes these people seem like real people in my life and makes me care for them. Now that I know these hard-working people in Montana, it makes me want to visit sometime….Ah, Yes…in another book! Keep them coming, Janet.