A young woman inherits a farm she isn't meant to have and uncovers a secret her neighbor planned to keep forever...
After her parent's untimely deaths, Dorothy Trafton has nowhere to go but her uncle's Kentucky farm, a place she's never visited. Uncertain of her surroundings, grief festers. It doesn't help that her war-scarred neighbor, James Bleu, knows more about her mother's secret life--and family--than she does. And why does he lie about his involvement with her father?
When news of her inheritance, the contents of an old trunk, and a disaster upend her life, Dorothy must forge ahead by making a home for herself in a dilapidated cottage--alone. Yet she can't ignore Mr. Bleu's change of ways. His kindness runs far deeper than she ever imagined...
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About the Author
Ann Elizabeth Fryer loves nothing more than using story and romance to relay the depths and graciousness of a Father who holds us securely in the palms of His hands. Daydreaming her surroundings from a young age, she's lived in historic homes most of her life and regularly participates in backyard archaeology. When she's not writing historical projects, her contemporary novels show a flavor of her forever-passion for all things old. Ann, her husband, and three children make their home in small-town Illinois where they can hear church bells keep time and tradition.