Friday, April 21, 2017

Witch by Denise Weimer

Witch: The Restoration Trilogy, Book Three


Having restored Michael Johnson's ancestors' house and apothecary shop and begun applying the lessons of family and forgiveness unearthed from the past, Jennifer Rushmore expects to complete her first preservation job with the simple relocation of a log home. But as her crew reconstructs the 1787 cabin, home to the first Dunham doctor, attacks on those involved throw suspicion on neighbors and friends alike. And while Jennifer has trusted God and Michael with the pain of her past, it appears Michael's been keeping his own secrets. Will she use a dream job offer from Savannah as an escape, or will a haunting tale from a Colonial diary convince her to rely on the faithfulness of his love?


What a fascinating tale!!!
I love how Denise weaves past with preset in all of her books!!
This is the 3rd book of White and
Widow. I really really think you should read the 1st two books before you read this one.
I fell in love with the 1st one and decided that I just had to read the last two. For me, book one was just a teaser and it will be for you too!!!
Especially if you love history.
At first I think I probably would be just as skeptical as Michael about his family history
Not me! I would've been delighted because being adopted I have no clue about my real family.
I think I enjoyed this book too because Denise has managed to weave a little bit of mystery to keep you up on the edge of your seat.
I think my favorite scene was when Michael and Jennifer finally woke up and realized what was right in front of them .
I guess the morale of the story is;
People needed to realize that God was there all along and you need to forgive as Jesus did with us.
Love also has a strange way of sneaking in our when we least expect it.
I can't express at how much I enjoyed these stories and I hope that the author will write more in the future.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and in no way required to review this book


Denise Weimerwriter and history lover. My four-book, mid-1800s Georgia Gold Series with Canterbury House Publishing (SAUTEE SHADOWS, THE GRAY DIVIDE, THE CRIMSON BLOOM, and BRIGHT AS GOLD) combines historical romance with a touch of mystery. BRIGHT AS GOLD won the 2015 John Esten Cooke award for Southern literature. New in 2016, the Restoration Trilogy (WHITE, WIDOW, and WITCH) features a modern, suspenseful romantic over-story of a historical preservation grad helping a brooding bachelor restore his family property (house, apothecary and log cabin) with three historical back stories they uncover from three different centuries. I'm also the author of historical novella REDEEMING GRACE and numerous magazine articles set in Northeast Georgia. I'm a wife, swim mom of two daughters, and for many years directed a vintage dance group.  

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