For every action, there is a reaction—and sometimes we find redemption in unlikely places.
Anne Greene doesn’t know what Peter Van Doorne’s life was like back in Savannah. What she does know is only what he’s told her—that he’s the youngest of five children born to a Southern preacher of Dutch origin, and that coercion pushed him from the confines of his charmed life in the South. As much as Anne is attracted to him, she sees red flags. What is Peter not telling her?
While Peter struggles to grasp a future he can’t quite keep a hold of, and tries desperately to outrun a past he can’t change, Anne discovers his secret—and the truth that everyone, at some point, is ... Worthy of Thorns.
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About the Author
I grew up in a tiny, magical town in Illinois—total population: 800. In 2014, I brought my love of books, a Midwest hankering for a good Horseshoe Sandwich (also known as fat-on-a-plate), and Southern Sweet Tea to sunny SoCal.
About an hour north of Los Angeles, I live with my husband, Craig, two of our three kids, and our sweet, slightly neurotic, standard poodle, Eisley. My oldest daughter flies the friendly skies, so if you see a super cute flight attendant named, Elyssa, be sure to say, hello!
When I’m not chasing Eisley, or chauffeuring my teens around town, I’m writing.