A Hometown Fourth of July

After Max Tate meets Lynn Marshall at the Fourth of July celebration at Ft Freedom, Washington, he s attracted to the curvaceous blond Lynn helps Max locate his birth mother, but when they take a ferry to Cascade Island in search of her, they re too late She died two weeks before As he finally uncovers the truth about the woman who gave him up, he s stunned Now Max isAfter Max Tate meets Lynn Marshall at the Fourth of July celebration at Ft Freedom, Washington, he s attracted to the curvaceous blond Lynn helps Max locate his birth mother, but when they take a ferry to Cascade Island in search of her, they re too late She died two weeks before As he finally uncovers the truth about the woman who gave him up, he s stunned Now Max is mad at God and turns his back on the best friend he ever had Lynn Marshall Lynn got lost as middle child in her large family When Max declares his love for her, she gives him her heart, but he hurls it back Even an orphaned boy crying out for affection isn t enough to soften Max s heart Will Max and Lynn find love for each other again to celebrate another Fourth
A Hometown Fourth of July After Max Tate meets Lynn Marshall at the Fourth of July celebration at Ft Freedom Washington he s attracted to the curvaceous blond Lynn helps Max locate his birth mother but when they take a ferr

  • Title: A Hometown Fourth of July
  • Author: June Foster
  • ISBN: 9781612521862
  • Page: 312
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “A Hometown Fourth of July”

    1. As sweet romances go, June Foster’s A Hometown Fourth of July fits the bill, but there is so much more of an underlying story. The main plot is inspired by a real-life relative of the author, so we can see why the details are right on target.Max Tate had been adopted into a wealthy, prominent family in the town of Ft. Freedom. But he had always felt disconnected; like he didn’t really belong. Memories of a Hispanic woman plague him, and he wants to track down his birth mother. Max’s parent [...]

    2. Max Tate has always known he was adopted, but his parents will not tell him anything about his birth parents. This leaves Max feeling like he doesn't belong, and wondering if there is something wrong with him, that his birth family did not want him. This quest seems to consume him. Enter the beautiful young girl, with a bang-up entrance. That is all you can classify it as, when her young niece drops her ice cream on Max's head from her perch in a tree at the 4th of July parade. Lynn Marshall is [...]

    3. "A Hometown Fourth of July" by June Foster is another 5 star story. This book deals with forgiveness and love and adoption and service to the less fortunate. Max is a son of wealthy parents but he feels like a part of him is missing because he is adopted. His parents will not answered his question about his birth mother. After meeting,Lynn at the Fourth Of July Celebration in Ft. Freedom. Washington Max asked her to do a search for his birth mother, He founds her but it is 2 weeks after she dies [...]

    4. My dear friend June Foster, crit buddy and conference croney, just released her second book, A Hometown 4th of July. I am so proud of you, girl. You inspire your readers, and you inspire me.Max Tate is minding his own business, trying to catch the antique car section of the Fourth of July parade, when ice cream plops onto his head and dribbles down his neck. Her aunt takes the small culprit in tow, apologizing profusely, but the damage is done. Lynn Marshall has met the man she will learn to lov [...]

    5. I like how Max led Lynn to know God. I also like how she did not give up on him finding his birth mother's family. She kept looking even though they were not seeing each other.She did find that while he was adopted, his parents did love him. They chose him when they did not have children of their own at that time. They loved him. Max thought they did not love him, and kept things about his mom from him. What they kept from him, was how she would leave him as a young child, and go out.This is an [...]

    6. June Foster weaves a gentle story in this hometown romance while giving several glimpses into her beliefs, encouraging the reader to seek for the good things and commit to a life dedicated to God.Read full review in the 2012 September issue of InD’tale Magazine.

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