I love novels that convey a message of virtue or other significant topics, and this novel has plenty of them — forgiveness, mercy, love, anti-abortion, just to name some of the biggies. The story is a quick and enjoyable read with a happy ending, perfect for when you’re looking for a little escape with a wholesome read. I found it uplifting and enjoyable. I was given this book as a gift and I’m glad to have had the opportunity to read and review it! – Amazon Review
When Jake Reynolds left Archer Springs, Texas, in June 1957, he planned to return at the end of the summer, but that was before he found out his best friend and his fiancée had eloped together. Devastated and betrayed, he never returned to his hometown.
Fast forward twenty-five years. Jake receives a letter from a local land developer stating the property willed to him by his aunt and uncle will be destroyed and used for other purposes unless he returns and sells the land and house. A long-ago promise to his aunt and uncle that he would always keep the property in the family comes back to haunt him. Now he needs to return and keep his promise, but that means coming face to face with the two people who betrayed him twenty-five years ago.