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A Prescription For Love Callie Hutton Historical Romance Heat Rating: 3

In Guthrie, Oklahoma in 1903, Heidi Lester wants to prove she’s capable of taking care of herself. After being burned once, Michael Henderson wants nothing to do with women, especially his beautiful employee. But spending every day together is chipping away at his resolve. Review: The main characters grow as they battle insecurities and develop a backbone that gives them confidence in their romance. The hero Michael Henderson is uncertain

that he has what it takes to inspire fidelity in a woman, and the heroine Heidi Lester fears crossing her parents. The internal conflicts are well written so the reader can grasp the situation immediately. The tone of the story swings from being lighthearted to portraying an atmosphere of despair for the pair. Although the story is drawn out making the pair oscillate between being together or allowing external forces to keep them apart, overall, it’s a romantic tale that connects with readers, addressing the same insecurities which steer people away from love. Set in America’s Midwest during the turn of the century, the author brings out the characters hardships traveling into newly explored territory both inside their relationship and in the world around them. | Reviewer: Susan Frances |

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