This is one of those books to which you can relate. When Annie is "grounded" because the airline she works for is sold to another airline and she finds that her then boyfriend who she just moved in with was not kidding when he said he would never commit---well the only thing a body can do is go home. In this case home is Kentucky with her grandmother who she does not get along with very well.
Definitely a story of healing and learning who you really are and where you truly belong. Another book that kept me awake long into the night even though I generally stay away from "Christian Contemporary Romance" which I believe this is. I recommend this book to anyone who truly loves a good storyline and happy endings.
About the book: (from Amazon)
New York City flight attendant Annie Taylor is grounded, putting a halt to weekends in Rome and her jet-setting lifestyle. Soon her noncommittal boyfriend’s true nature is revealed, and to top it all off, she loses her apartment.
With nowhere else to go, Annie leaves the city for the family farm in Kentucky, a place she’s avoided for years. She finds a shotgun-wielding grandmother, a farm in disrepair, and a suspicious stranger renting the old stone house.
The country quiet haunts Annie with reminders of a past that can’t be changed. She tries persuading her grandmother to sell the farm, but is met with stubborn refusal? Yet in the midst of her crashing life, Annie sees a glimmer of hope for a second chance.
Jake Wilder is contemplating jumping off the corporate ladder to follow his passion for sustainable farming. He’s almost ready to propose to Camille, a girl who wants more, not less. Annie believes Jake is about to make a terrible mistake, but does she have the right to tell him?
As the summer heats up, so do Annie’s unexpected feelings for Jake and her interest in the land. When a sudden phone call comes from New York, Annie is forced to choose between coming to terms with her past or leaving it all behind.
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About the Author: (from Amazon)
Angela Correll is a seventh generation Kentuckian. She has written over fifty columns for local newspapers about life, family, and farming. She is co-owner of a farm-to-table restaurant, promoting local food produced in a humane and natural way. She also owns a shop selling handcrafted goat milk soap and other Kentucky products. Correll lives on a farm with her husband Jess and an assortment of cattle, horses, goats and chickens. This is her debut novel.
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