About the Book
In 1929, a spark forms between talented watercolorist Eliza and William, a charming young man who has been hired to forge her popular paintings. Her aunt makes it clear Eliza should stay away from him because of a feud between their families over missing heirloom silver. But the source of the rivalry was long ago, and as the two get to know each other, they fall in love. William regrets the job that desperation led him to take and their families’ ongoing bitterness, but setting things right comes at a cost.
In present-day Charleston, Lucy Legare has just inherited an old house from a mysterious benefactor, along with all the secrets it holds, including an old silver heirloom. Declan Pinckney is determined to buy the house for his family’s development company. But as Lucy uncovers secrets about the house, garden, and silver, she becomes more determined than ever to preserve the historic Charleston property, not only for history’s sake but also for her own.
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Danielle Grandinetti says
I have this book on my tbr list. The story sounds so intriguing.
My first line comes from The Nature of a Lady by Roseanna M. White. https://wp.me/po307-1Ow
Becky Smith says
Happy Friday! My first line is from “Pinky Promise” by Valerie Comer:
“Hi, Mommy!” Elena ran across the schoolyard, her long curls streaming behind her. “I met my twin sister today.”
Beauty in the Binding Blog says
Happy Saturday! Today, I’m sharing the first line from When We Blinked by Stephanie Mack. “I tapped the toe of my nude suede pump on the elevator floor, willing us to move faster.”
Paula Shreckhise says
Just finished Ashley’s second book! Fantastic!
My first line is from Seeking Sanctuary by Susanne Dietze:
For the first time since she learned to read as a seven-year-old, Paige Faraday entered a bookstore with no intention of buying anything.