Jan Watson made a name for herself by winning the 2004 contest for Jerry Jenkins Christian Writers Guild. She has since published several more novels and has made a name for herself in the publishing world as on who writes tender stories filled with strong characters.
In Buttermilk Sky she once again gives us a story her fans have come to expect. Mazy leaves behind her strict upbringing for the big city of Lexington. She attend a secretarial school and believes life will great now. The problem is the big city isn’t as friendly as home and school is a lot harder than expected.
Enter Loyal, wealthy son of the Chambers and when he starts courting Mazy, she thinks all her dreams will be coming true. Of course there is Chanis, the local sheriff who is also interested in Mazy. Who will she choose?
Historical and romance are a wonderful combination in a book. A chance to sit, relax and enjoy a different time. Jan has been doing a for 10 years now and seems to have it down to an art form.