By: Sarah Louden Thomas
Publisher: Bethany House
Henry Phillips wished he could turn time back to New Year’s Eve 1975 in Wise, West Virginia. He decided not to return to college because he wanted to take time off to play in a band. His dad asked him to rethink about leaving college and to stay at home that evening and spend time playing the fiddle with him, but Henry left to be with his friends. Upon returning home in the morning, he learned of his dad’s passing and suddenly his life is in chaos. The only things that seem to bring him peace is his grandmother’s farm, his fiddle and an unlikely bond between him and odd tween-age Mayfair Hoffman and her freckle-face older sister, Margaret. Henry soon realizes Mayfair is a special child with a unique abilities and Margaret carries a huge burden, no one her age should have to deal with alone. They find themselves relying on each other more and more.
This book is guaranteed to tug at your heart strings as you make the journey with Henry, Margaret, Mayfair and their families as they struggle to rebuild their lives and find peace. Your heart will be touched as they sometimes make wrong decisions and suffer the consequences of those decisions. It is filled with love, forgiveness, second chances, victory over tragedy and triumph over failure
Disclosure: I was given a copy of this eBook by the publisher, Bethany House, through NetGalley blogger program for review. I was not required to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review. The opinions in this review are my own.