About the Book
Opening a camp for children who’ve dealt with tragedy is former police detective Dana Preston’s main goal in life. After wandering the country, she’s finally found the perfect location—Mason Avery’s expansive Arizona mountainside property. Convincing the widowed dad—and the town—to agree might take a little prayer and a lot of hard work. But Dana’s never backed down from a challenge yet…
In My Opinion
Allie Pleiter takes readers to a new setting in A Place to Heal, her new release from Love Inspired. Readers will meet the residents of North Springs, Arizona and want to visit again.
Dana has a heart for kids who have seen some of the worst life has to offer. Her one desire is to provide them a place of retreat and healing. A place where they can escape the trauma and enjoy some peace and family. Her one obstacle to overcoming that is Mason Avery—a man who has secluded himself on his family land after the death of his life.
There were so many things I enjoyed about this book. Dana’s heart to help and her determination to act, Mason’s son’s connection with Dana, the townspeople (the Buskateers are a great addition to the book, and something every town needs), the setting, and the premise. There’s also a good amount of romance in there, too.
A Place to Heal is a read worth adding to your summer tbr.
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