The Autumn Keepsake by Michelle S. Lowe will get you ready for fall.
About the Book
Fresh out of a broken engagement, Tessa Stanley is in desperate need of a distraction from her ex-fiancé’s betrayal—and she finds it in the form of a man lurking around her 84-year-old neighbor’s home. Little does she know when she calls the police, the trespasser is none other than Nicholas Beck, local fireman and her neighbor’s great-nephew. Talk about a bad first impression!
Thankfully, Nicholas shows her the beauty of grace and forgiveness, and as the seasons turn, the two grow closer. But when her ex shows up on her doorstep, begging for forgiveness, Tessa might be at risk of losing more than just her heart.
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Cindy Davis says
I have not heard of this one before but it sounds good. I hope you enjoy it. Have a great weekend!
Kelly-Ann Deffenbaugh says
What a perfect fall book!
My first line comes from The Governess by Kristie Self:
“The young girl stood near the front window of her family’s home, fear crawling up her spine as she kept a watchful scene unfolding outdoors”
Nicole Santana says
I’m currently reading The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews.
“Julia sat immobile on the silk damask-cushioned bench in front of her carved walnut dressing table as her lady’s maid, Mary, put the final touches on her evening coiffure.”
I hope you have a great weekend!
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line comes from Chapter 1 of A Gem of Truth by KimberleyWoodhouse :
April 1907 Hotel Casraneda Las Vegas, New Mexico
Some days were not predictable.
Danielle Grandinetti says
Pretty cover! I’m currently reading Dangerous Beauty by Melissa Koslin and the first line is: “She ran.” — Hope you have a great rest of your weekend!