Reviews for “Colorado Columbine”

Colorado Columbine


Garnet Harvey graduates from an orphanage and lands a job as a nanny for three motherless girls.

Chester Paul, a wealthy businessman, lost his wife in childbirth. After a long period of mourning, he hires a nanny to take care of his children while he works in the city. He remains involved in the girls’ daily lives, and comes to care for their new caregiver.

When Garnet’s guardian discovers the situation, she insists on a trial separation. If their feelings remain strong, how can Garnet be introduced to Chester’s social circle? How will secrets from Garnet’s past affect their growing love for each other?

Is it strong enough to grow as beautiful as the Colorado Columbine?

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This is a nicely written story reminiscent of the Sound of Music. Very clean and uplifting. Good story line. As with all Darlene Franklin stories, most enjoyable. Highly recommend!


A sweet story that reminds us to appreciate the people in our lives. Garnet struggles with her feelings for Chester, who lost his beloved wife. She becomes the nanny but an accident leaves her a quest for God’s will! A really great read!


This is a very charming story of a grown orphan who had discovered God’s love when she needed it most. Garnet becomes a Nanny to 3 girls whose mother had died. Chester, the girls father feels drawn to Garnet. Will they discover true love? Read this delightful story to find out!



Authors are always grateful for reviews and I appreciate every review I receive for one of my books. Thank you to these ladies for sharing their thoughts. Happy Reading, everyone!

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