Monday, December 10, 2012
Lily, an orphan, is traveling through all of the logging towns looking for her sister Daisy. She fears that Daisy is working in unsavory conditions. Lily longs to rescue Daisy and provide a home for her now that they are grown.
When she arrives in Harrison she meets a man that will test her patience and maybe her love. The next few months may test everything they both hold dear.
A very slow start led to a good book in the end. I was probably half way through the book before I became engaged and cared about the characters. The last half of the book I sped through and enjoyed. The story brought to life some things about logging camps that I hadn't thought about before. The conflicts between family, work, and faith were interesting and thought provoking.
I enjoyed the second half of this book, so would advise you to keep reading if you feel bogged down in the beginning.
I received this book free of charge from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.