Emily Van Arsdale is back in her home state to make her latest movie. She is used to having men adore her, but the one man who intrigues her, rafting guide Tracen Lake, doesn't seem to want to have anything to do with her.
Tracen Lake is glad to have the money from coordinating the rafting scenes for the movie, but he isn't thrilled with having to deal with the high-maintenance Hollywood people. He's been burned by the allure of Hollywood before and doesn't need to repeat that heartache, but he is surprised that Emily is just a down to earth Idaho girl.
Can they find love in Sun Valley, or will their separate lives keep them apart?
I enjoyed reading "Finding Love in Sun Valley, Idaho" by Angela Ruth Strong. I liked the characters in the book (both the main ones and secondary ones) and felt their pain as they struggled to discover how they were going to work things out. It was nice that they were normal people seeking God's direction for their lives. Things happened quickly in the book, but I didn't feel like it was rushed.
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