Brenda Margriet’s Gateway Crescent, Book Two in the Bendixon Sisters Series, is available for only 99 cents! The ebook goes live June 26, so preorder now . . .
Jo Bendixon loves to sing, enjoys working in a coffee shop, and is secretly teaching herself to code. If only she could find a way to combine her varied interests into a career her sisters would approve.
Luke Donwell’s Catholic faith is the bedrock of his life. For as long as he can remember, he’s contemplated a vocation to the priesthood. Now it’s time to make a final decision about taking his vows.
When Jo and Luke end up working together, neither of them is prepared for the heat blossoming between them. Luke begins to doubt his calling, but Jo encourages him to continue seeking the truth. Her heart will break when he leaves her, but how can a girl compete with God?
Jo and Luke’s story was a heartwarming romance with many realistic bumps in the road. The secondary characters all added depth to the storyline.
The Romance Reviews – 4 Stars
This is a warm romance and is a satisfying read, full of real-life struggles and a conflicted heart!
Tracey’s Vampy & Racey Book Blog – 4.5 Stars
This was a completely different kind of romance…nothing conventional about this one and I loved it!
Fun Under the Covers – 5 Stars
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For an excerpt or more information, check out Brenda’s website: www.brendamargriet.com.
14 thoughts on “Argh Author: Brenda Margriet’s Gateway Crescent”
Thanks, Jenny and all Aarghers! 🙂
Sounds like the perfect summer read. And fun cover. Congrats Brenda:)
Thanks, KatyL! I love this cover. It is perfectly Jo to me.
Thank you so much!
Ordered, easily. I really enjoyed the first one, looking forward to this one.
Double thank you, Sure Thing!
Congrats! Love that fun cover.
Congrats, Brenda! I love the cover too.
I’ve been pre-ordered for days and days.
Thanks so much, Gary!
Don’t know if it’s just me, but when I select “Previous Post” from today’s post it takes me to March 21, 2018!
“Recent Posts” also shows today’s post and then a few posts from back in March 2018.
Never mind, it all seems to be back to normal again.
I know – things went wonky there for a bit!
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