At the height of WWII, big city news reporter Bryce Richard is tapped to promote the concocted romance of a wounded soldier and Wyoming rodeo queen Lucy Daniels, all in order to sell war bonds. But when Bryce falls in love with Lucy, he must stop her impending fake - but very legal - Christmas wedding by devising his own rugged, western-style proposal. Can this city slicker "cowboy up" to the challenge?
A heartwarming romance worthy of the Hallmark Channel, Love, Lies, & Typewriters is a funny, inspirational story about real love and real courage at a transformational time in America.
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A Great Read
My thoughts about this book:
• Heather Blanton created very interesting characters with lots of dimensions and they were fully fleshed out.
• I was completely immersed in this story from the very beginning until the very end.
• There were lots of witty banter that made the plot enjoyable and interesting.
• The descriptions of locations and emotions were well done, easy to visualize, and to feel. I felt a part of the scenes.
• This was a clean read and I appreciated that fact.