Seneca Lake by Emily Heebner

Seneca Lake by Emily Heebner
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Historical
Length: Full Length (182 pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

It’s 1944, and high school senior Meg Michaels has always obeyed her grandparents’ wishes, till now. They’re urging her to give up her dream of Cornell University and accept a ring from wealthy Hank Wickham before he deploys overseas.
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But Meg has studied hard and yearns for something better than life in the rural Finger Lakes. Plus Meg’s suddenly fascinated with her childhood friend, Arthur Young, a handsome Seneca Indian farm worker. When Meg and Arthur nurse a sick puppy to health, their friendship transforms into love.

But locals look down on “injuns” and resent the fact that Arthur’s farm job exempts him from military duty. While the war rages in Europe, Meg and Arthur must fight their own battles at home…

A girl, a war and a man she loves. How can things go wrong?

Emily Heebner writes an interesting tale about a girl, Meg, and the boy she didn’t realize she loved, Arthur. A puppy helps bring them together. Can things get any cuter? The story plugs along well and while it took a few chapters to get going, it did draw me in. I would’ve liked to have had more at the end. Yes, I wanted to stay with the characters beyond the end of the book. I was emotionally invested. I wish there’s been more resolution, but it satisfied in the “happy for now” vein.

This book shows how Meg sorts out her life, deals with the constraints put upon her by her station in life and what she wants in love. It’s a good read for a lazy afternoon. Pick up a copy and see what you think.

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