Pick a vantage point on Main Street and watch the seasons pass in one of the most picturesque small towns in America—
Cedarburg, Wisconsin, situated on the banks of Cedar Creek. And this year Cedarburg has four charming stories to tell. . .
Contest of Wills by Becky Melby (WINTER)
Minutes after braving the annual Polar Bear Dip, free-spirited forty-something Willow literally grabs the nearest man to solve her car trouble. Too bad he’s her polar opposite!
Tune My Heart by Rachael Phllips (SPRING)
Twenty-five-year-old Francesca, part-time choirmaster, has a magnificent cantata planned for Easter until her pastor requests she include children. Enter a tone-deaf children’s drama coach.
Silvery Summer by Eileen Key (SUMMER)
Newly retired Claire can’t resist the charms of a summer festival in the town she left long ago. . .until she happens to run into the reason she left. Will she let him break her heart again?
Maybe Us by Cynthia Ruchti (AUTUMN)
Thirty-something Beth has her hands full running a shop on Cedarburg’s main drag and caring for her great-grandfather. There is simply no time for romance in her life. That’s what she thinks, anyway.
In every season of life, on every day of the calendar, charming and historic Cedarburg sets the mood for life, laughter, and love. . .
“Cedar Creek Seasons is easily one of my favorite Romancing America titles thus far. Each author infused her story with humor and hope. I also loved the little hints of the other novellas’ characters popping in here and there. This is a masterful collection you won’t want to miss.”
– Valerie Comer, author
“Four lovely romances all in one pretty package! I love books that contain stories of a similar nature and this one didn’t disappoint. Set in a small town in Wisconsin, the four stories each take on a setting of a season of the year. It really made me think about how different times of years and acts of nature shape our lives and the things we do and feel during those times!”
– G & C Mother Daughter Reading Team
“I love these books published by Barbour! The four stories in this book take place in Wisconsin. Each story can be enjoyed alone but because the take place in the same town there is some cross over information. I enjoyed each story but liked the last story the best. In that story a woman comes back to town to help her Grandfather with his store and a man comes back and opens a shop a few doors down. How they interact is written very well and their relationship is believable. The authors’ descriptions are so well done. I can’t wait to read more by her books and more by the other authors as well!”
– Irene Grove