When she hears that the small town of Heritage, Michigan, is looking for a new librarian, Libby Kingsley jumps at the opportunity. Little did she know the library is barely more than a storage closet stuffed with dusty, outdated books. What the community really needs is a new building. But the only funds available are those being channeled into the new town square, and the landscape architect in charge of the project wants nothing to do with her plans.
All Austin Williams wants to do is get the town square project finished so he can do right by the family business and then extricate himself from the town that reveres the brother who cost him so much. But the local media and the town’s new librarian seem to be conspiring against him at every turn. Will the determined bookworm find her way into his blueprints–and possibly even his heart?
Another amazing story about the small town of Heritage and it’s inhabitants.
This is Austin’s story. And Libby.
They seem to be at odds with each other. And yet, there is an undercurrent of something…I enjoyed seeing their relationship progress.
Austin is a troubled man. There is so much going on beneath the surface. Things he needs to learn, deal with, let go. He needs to accept God’s forgiveness to be real in his own life.
Libby. I hardly know where to start with her. I enjoyed getting to know her. She’s such an enchanting character. She also has some deep things to work through.
And then there’s also a secondary line running through about Nate and Olivia.
The main focus in this book is forgiveness. Grace. Accepting Gods love freely in our lives.
So much truth here. I love how Ms. Faris brings to life all of these themes that are relevant to each and everyone of us. I really appreciate the beautifully depicted word picture of undeserved grace.
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