The McNaughton

Book: The McNaughton

Author: Genie Clark

Pages: 211

Copyright: 2016

Genre: clean romance

I have met two published authors both of which live pretty close to me, not that I’m bragging. Meeting a person does give you some incentive to want to read their book.

This book was particularly interesting to me because it is based on the County in which I live in Texas. It was unique to read of the places that I frequent in fiction truly adding nostalgia to our already Norman Rockwell style town.

The story was quite delightful and very reminiscent of country life and family culture in this rule area. I very much enjoyed the ongoing saga between Gary and Jenny.

I especially loved the link between the heritage and the present day. I can’t wait to read the next installment to find out more about these handsome McNaughton sons.

Genie Clark is one of our local authors who is quite personable and delightful. It has been a pleasure to know her.

This book is a real page turner you can find it on Amazon @ The McNaughton. It is available as an eBook or in the traditional form.

Happy Reading!

Lena

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