“Buttermilk Sky” by Jan Watson, book review
Mazy wanted to get out of her small mountain town and learn to be a secretary, by attending the school in Lexington, KY. While she did enjoy all the happenings of the bigger city, she longed for the comfortable relationships of home. She is learning shorthand, typing and all the other skills taught at the school, plus she is learning about getting along with other girls and how life is different in the city. Back home, Chanis Clay, the town sheriff has his heart set on Mazy returning home to be his wife. He has purchased a “fixer-upper” and has been making the needed repairs, including wall paper!
During their time apart Mazy and Chanis learn about themselves while helping others. Clay- while transporting a criminal and Mazy- helping a young lady who has had a hard time of it. In the end, they both learn that God has to be at the center of their plans and lives.
I enjoyed this book. It was easy to read and follow. Great for vacation or winter time relaxing.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Tyndale House, as a member of their book review team. All opinions expressed are my own.