By Delia Parr
Ruth Livingston is given a child to raise and sent to a small town under an assumed name. She has a great burden to bear as she awaits the results of a murder trial involving her father. The trust her father has in her is great and she does not let him down. The burden is hard to bear and she seeks solace in tending a garden. It is there that she meets a man that both confuses her and also captivates her.
The story telling is very well done and it is an easy read. I enjoyed this book and would read it again.
Thank you to Bethany House for the free copy to review.