A FEW READER'S REVIEWS...
Stony Creek Diner by Sharon Allen deals with a human condition that almost everyone faces: fear and insecurity from childhood. After reading this book, Allen will have fans eagerly awaiting her next release.
Quoted as: Judge, Writer's Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I typically read historical romance or modern romances and this fit perfectly into my style of read.
The author did an amazing job of keeping you current with the characters, more so than many authors (which is ALOT, I read about 3 books a WEEK). Its not very often we get back stories on the characters in novels and these were brief but very concise and immediately connected me with each character in some way.
I went through so many emotions with this book and I literally cried all types of tears (when words move you to tears, you know its powerful and impactful)
I suggest this book to anyone who love romance and chivalry. Its not too short (where you feel like you didn't get your money's worth) and its not so long that you feel you've lost your interest, it will keep you in the story the entire way!
I am waiting for every new book Sharon writes, I can't wait for the next one.
Tammy Jo Smith
If you enjoy romance novels, then this is one you don't want to miss. The book has wonderfully named characters, and the reader will find them interesting enough to begin liking or disliking certain ones. Sharon has a way of drawing her readers into the story by bringing out the character's personality, making the story realistic. An added plot that readers will enjoy is how Sharon weaves in man's best friend. Without giving away what happens, and if you're old enough to remember then you may identify with what I'm talking about--Old Yeller. The novel is easy to read, fast-paced with twists and turns to keep the reader's interest and not disappointed when the story ends.