from Sunny Arizona!
The temperatures in Arizona have already hit the mid eighties. What is going on in the rest of the country?
Being from the Midwest, a lot of people ask me if I miss winter? I have to say no. I like being able to eat outside looking at the flowers and cactus in my back yard. I like being able to take a hike or bike ride and not have to bundle up. I like to drive on clear streets and not worry if I’m going to slide through the intersection. I’ve been here twenty years now. I’ve gotten used to it. If I want snow, I venture up north and after a few hours am reminded of why I moved to Arizona in the first place.
The Romantic Times Review is in for my latest Love Inspired release
A Season of Love. 4 Stars
Reviewed by Leslie McKee
Watters’ characters may prompt the reader to recall that, though grief and loss are part of life, each day is a gift from God. The small-town appeal and inviting characters lead to a satisfying conclusion.
Excerpt: Ethan momentarily lost himself in Holly’s presence. Her swept back locks exposed her long, elegant neck and straight, slightly upturned nose. But it was her vulnerability that got to him.
Despite her attempts to keep it all together, he sensed just below the surface she suffered and struggled with her son, the shop, everyday life.
He should step away. Instead, when she turned her head toward him, he found himself staring into her deep green eyes that had seen so much pain. A pain he could identify with. He’d lost his father at a young age, and several of his friends in Afghanistan. But even that couldn’t compare to losing one’s
partner, one’s soul mate.
He had no experience with that sort of loss, yet he felt the need to comfort. Protect. He wanted to draw Holly into his arms and absorb her pain and blend it with his own.