Sarah and Matt's marriage teeters on the edge of a cliff. After a less-than-perfect start, they'd settled into a routine. Now, Matt is looking for all he thought was missing from his life.
A neighbor dies and leaves Sarah instructions to find her daughter. She wants Mary to know about her heritage. In the process, Sarah learns a lot about herself through the diary of a woman who lived in the Colonial days.
Although I'd heard of the author, this was the first book I'd read by her. Her characters jumped off the page, their struggles, emotions, and actions all strong and truthful. I'll be looking for more of her books.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid me for a favorable review. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.
Writers: If you write novels, have you every considered doing a time-slip story? (A time-slip story is one with characters from the past and present.) Please share.
Readers: Do you enjoy stories than meld the historical with the contemporary? Please share your thoughts.