From “The Sauder Diaries — A Bloodier Rose “:
A warm breeze swept up a symphony of early summer scents that washed over them as they stepped down from the carriage. The farm house was done in a crisp white with green trim, and copper-roofed. Surrounding it was a small collection of outbuildings associated with the various needs of the farm, all done in a like colour scheme. Perhaps a dozen workers were around the place, all at various stages of the morning’s work for the farm. None of them were paying very much attention at all to the well-dressed and newly arrived couple.
As Hans and Annika looked around momentarily, the front door to the two-story farm house opened, and Bellingham appeared.
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“The Sauder Diaries – A Bloodier Rose” is the second book in the series, and picks up where “The Sauder Diaries – By Any Other Name” left off.
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That sounds pretty idyllic; and I love the ‘symphony of early summer scents.’ Great six.
I’m glad you enjoyed it. The novel comes out towards the end of October. Thanks for stopping by!