Length: 302 pgs Kindle 304 PBPublished: Nov 5 kindle Nov 1 PBPublisher: Abingdon Press
My thoughts?From the welcoming hospitality of the cover to the end of the book,
I loved this story.Having first met author, Anita Higman, via her standout book of 2013,Winter in Full Bloom [my review HERE]
I was quick to snap up Higman’s next novel.
No disappoints.Captivating contemporary storyline –
anytime there’s a tearoom involved my interest engages.Imagine having tea blended for your personality!But this was much more than homey.Authenticity in personalizing characters, yes. Creative characters, yes.And some deeply engaging relationships develop that kept me engaged in these multipleconnections. Fascinating subplot dealing with contemporary issues of parenting results in multiple complications needing some great resolutions.
Ms Higman handles her story and relationships with a deft hand.
I was keenly aware of the romance of this tale of love lost for a woman past the typical 20s.Not a common story when youth is the prized commodity in novels,but definitely endearing for this reader. And realistically written.The romance element fulfills on its promise leaving not a few sighs of satisfaction!
Many scenarios that intrigued and inspired me. As do the characters.
Higman ‘s style of writing faith is unobtrusive – a natural component of life.
Highly recommended for your reading enjoyment!
CBA best-selling and award-winning author, Anita Higman, has twenty-nine books published (several co-authored) for adults and children, and she has seven books coming out in the next two years. She won a 2011 RWA Readers Choice Award (first place) and has been honored in the past as a Barnes & Noble “Author of the Month” for Houston. Ms Higman was named a Favourite New Author in the 15th Annual Heartsong Presents Awards, and in the 16th Annual Heartsong Presents Awards her co-authored novel, Castles in the Air, was one of the winners in the Favourite Contemporary Romance category. Anita contributed to an animation script that won a Gold Remi Award. Find AnitaHigman online and on twitter @ anitahigman** My appreciation for an ecopy to read and review without compensation or obligation.*Find and follow FHC online:
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