When rancher Kacie Griffin is faced with the imminent retirement of her long-time ranch foreman, Stewart, she defers to his trusted opinion for a replacement. The only problem with Stewart’s choice: he’s a city boy.
Clay Fischer is tired of nine-to-five in a windowless office and wants to return to his rancher roots. He knows he must win over a very opinionated and strong-willed Kacie before he gets the job permanently, but arriving for the interview in a starched white shirt and brand-spanking new ostrich boots might not have been the best idea.
Skye Mallery, a winsome seven-year-old foster child, soon enters their lives and quickly wins their hearts, teaching them lessons in what it means to be a family. That is, until her biological father learns of her existence and threatens to destroy the “family” they’ve created.
“Trinity Springs was one of those small Texas towns where folks still waved at passing cars and shouted Howdy! as they strolled by neighbors sitting on front porch swings in the evening. A small town large enough that you didn’t know everybody…but just about. Not far enough west to be full of cactuses and tumbleweeds and not far enough east to be full of pine trees and azaleas. But with field after field of bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush in the spring and spectacular crimson and gold sunsets year-round. And with a recently renovated quintessential town square built around a limestone courthouse to rival any…”
I love how Rebecca weaves in and relates the people and events of her first Trinity Springs novel to this second one. I was hating to leave “my friends” and hoping for the sequel to be published soon. I recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys reading fresh, new literature that presents opportunities for everyone to view life and its complications through a hopeful lens.
— Amazon Reader
A Trinity Springs Novel – Book One
Abandoned by his mother on his third birthday, Lucas Avila now leads a fulfilling life as a Dallas attorney, but the death of his grandmother brings him back to his hometown of Trinity Springs. A yellowed document, found among his grandmother’s possessions, takes him on an unforeseen journey of discovery and growth.
Music teacher Maria Vargas recently moved back into her own childhood home in Trinity Springs, across the street from the Avilas, where she and Lucas had played together until her family moved away when they were both seven. She never forgot her neighborhood friend, though, and when she sees him after twenty years, she’s once again smitten.
Everett Bennington, veteran of the Gulf War and son of a wealthy Dallas businessman, has chosen to live on the streets for almost twenty-five years. When he meets Lucas and Maria, he faces a decision that could alter his life in a most unexpected way.
Readers are Saying
“Rebecca Stevenson checked all the right boxes in her new book, NEW SONG. It has intrigue, romance, mystery, compassion, sadness, and joy all taking place in a small-town Texas setting.”
— Amazon Reader
“One of those fast paced books you can’t put down like Richard Paul Evans or Nicholas Sparks. I loved the characters, the plot, and the clean writing. It’s going to seem like a long wait for the next book.”
— Amazon Reader
“This is an inspiring, emotional and romantic story. It’s perfect to cuddle up, grab a cup of tea or coffee and settle in for a sweet, poignant, and heartwarming story of two people given a second chance at love and life. It’s a touching story that left me smiling and satisfied…oh and there were a few tears shed too.”
— Socrates Book Reviews
About the Author
Rebecca Stevenson is a native Texan, but marriage took her to New England and the Maine coast stole her heart. She lives in Texas again, but frequent trips back to the Northeast were the inspirations and settings for her Wentworth Cove series.
New Song and Skye Blue are the first two books in a new series set in her home state of Texas.
A former English and creative writing teacher, she thought if she could teach writing, she should be able to do it. Those thoughts and some brainstorming sessions with her daughter led to her first novel, Another Summer, set in a picturesque coastal village in Maine. From that debut novel, the Wentworth Cove series was born.
Her greatest blessings are her family, friends, and faithful canine companion, Baxter. Long walks and dark chocolate are her muses.
She’s currently working on the third book in the Trinity Springs series, which will be out in the summer of 2024.
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