A poignant tale that stirred all kinds of emotions as the story unfolds.
The single mother Fern Glick's life has never been easy or a smooth ride. She has struggled just to survive and made an effort to overcome and forget the one heartbreak in her past.
Fern has guts. She is a strong and smart woman, capable and able, willing to make the ends meet. She has her edges, she has her weaknesses, but every decision she makes is for the better of her children, and I can only admire her.
Walker Huyard once hurt Fern more than most could be able to do, but there were reasons that Fern is not aware of.
I loved the way Fern's children interacted with Walker's daughter, and how Walker was with all the kids. It was sweet, heartening, he had such a tender, loving way to be with all the children.
Walker and Fern have to learn to forgive and forget, reparations of the past are not easy to come as they had such permanent resolutions. I think they were well suited for each other. The chemistry was there, the connection was strong, and the intentions were earnest.
I enjoyed the touching story of love, forgiveness, and finding your place in the world. There are many hurdles Fern and Walker had to face until they found peace, yet the reward is priceless.
~ Four Spoons
Amish of Serenity Ridge
Carrie Lighte enjoys traveling to Amish communities across the United States and she hopes to visit a few in Canada soon, too. When she isn't writing, reading or researching, she likes to hike, kayak and spend time at the beach