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Professional musician Tacy Clark hasn’t been back home to Hill Top Orchards since the death of her beloved Uncle Jerry. When she gets an email from her aunt, the guilt she’s been feeling since her uncle’s death forces her to make the trip back home.. When her car breaks down, a ride from her aunt’s neighbor, Brody Porter, is the beginning of a roller coaster of emotions, a ...more
Kindle Edition, 152 pages
Published September 23rd 2016 by Forget Me Not Romances
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InD'tale Magazine
3.5/5.0

This small town romance has a lot of charm.

Read full review in the 2017 February issue of InD'tale Magazine.
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Sarah
Jan 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Harvest Blessings is a lovely story of healing hearts and forgiveness. It is a sweet love story that has you longing to belong in the charming town of Hill Top. The characters come to life right out of the pages of the book. And I would SWEAR that I could smell the apple trees. It was delightful watching Tacy and Brody grow in their faith, and fall in love. I have to say that Brody’s daughter Cami did steal the show! But isn’t that usually what happens with a precocious 4 year old?! This is the ...more
Leslie M.
Jan 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
Lorenzen’s prose and characters have a way of pulling the reader in and tugging at their heartstrings.

Brody Porter swore off love after his wife left him and their daughter, and that experience has clouded his view on big-city women. As a result, he’s not overly impressed when he meets violinist Tacy Clark, who is in town to help her aunt Ruby with the apple harvest. Tacy feels that everyone she loves leaves her, so she’s guarded her heart.

Small-town charm, vivid descriptions, and relatable cha
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Joyful
Sep 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Harvest Blessings by Christina Lorenzen is a clean forget me ot romance novel. Tacy Clark, a Professional musician, hasn’t been back home to Hill Top Orchards since the death of her beloved Uncle Jerry. When she gets an email believed to be from her aunt, the guilt she’s been feeling since her uncle’s death forces her to make the trip back home. When her car breaks down she accepts a ride from her aunt’s neighbor, Brody Porter. This is the beginning of a roller coaster of emotions, as Tacy is fo ...more
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