Wildflowers from Winter, by Katie Ganshert, is a story that will capture your heart. An impressive young architect, Bethany Quinn has left her small-town past behind in every way. That is, until she receives word of tragedy that she just cannot bring herself to ignore. She trudges back to Iowa reluctantly, hoping to check on her grandfather, pay her respects to an old friend, and hurry back to her new life in Chicago.
When she arrives, however, things do not follow her carefully laid plan. She finds Evan Price living with her grandfather and helping with the farm. She loses her job in Chicago, breaks up with her boyfriend, and ends up back in Iowa, just where she never wanted to be. When her grandfather dies, leaving her the farm but Evan the house, her life becomes even more complicated. Avoiding God turns out to be quite difficult under such circumstances.
The characters in this story grab your attention, as they are very believable in their personalities and problems. We have all met people who remind us of each one of them, making their imperfections personal to us. They will hold your attention to the very end of the book.
A recommended read!!
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