About the book:
Ione has everything she’d wanted with her busy shop filled to the brim with sumptuous fabrics, gossiping debutants, and a neatly increasing profit margin. Not to mention the unexpected attention of a man who doesn’t know her past.
And then the letter dropped from the mail slot onto to lush carpet. He was back. And the abuse, the shame, rushes in, reminding her of how unworthy she really is.
Miriam also has everything she’d wanted—and with a baby on the way, for the first time in her life, she has everything to lose. When she’d been alone, the future had held promise, but now with her life full, it also holds fear.
Unwilling to risk a vision of loss, Miriam stops painting what will be…right before Ione needs it most.
I entered this series late. It did not ruin the series for me, but instead made me want to experience the rest of this author’s novels. I added all of them to my wish list.
I would have to say this book reminded of Pepper Basham’s novels in a way. The seamstress with past issues that she was dealing with, for some reason brought that to mind. But I loved the mystery as well that encompassed the story. White Fire Publishing has not disappointed me yet in one of their books that I have purchased. I am destined to purchase many more, based on my enjoyment of this novel and others. If you are looking for realistic fiction, pick this one up.
This book is available for purchase from Amazon and White Fire publishing.
This book was provided for review by the publisher. The opinions contained herein are my own.