Suzanne struggles for her independence and takes foolish risks with her life and those of her boys. Finally, she learns to see with her heart, trust her instincts, and accept the loving help of her friends.
Jane Kirkpatrick's homespun wisdom weaves through this book. At one point, Elizabeth gives Mazy advice on giving folks the right amount of help. It's a lesson we can all use. All the characters worked their way through challenges, making mistakes, but learning from them.
I don't generally read books more than once, but I'd pick up this title again. I'm sure I'd find more interesting details I missed the first time around.
This is not a book you'll want to rush through, but savor like quality chocolate. Enjoy!