Tuesday, September 1, 2020

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Best friends Penelope and Tucker have faced their share of challenges. But finding a lost treasure in time to clear his family's name and win him an election may uncover something they never expected.


A very enjoyable book that has kept me entertained throughout the whole story with romance, mystery and faith all rolled into one.
Penelope is an interesting character and one I grew to like as the story went on. She even gave me a few laughs as well. Some of her antics I can relate to.
Aunt Shirley comes in as my second favorite person. She's full of wisdom and I love her form of hospitality. An interesting character for sure. She's someone I could be friends with.
The mystery and history part of the book is what I enjoyed the most. I like learning things.
I always look forward to Liz Johnson's stories because no matter where the place she writes about she draws me into the book and I find myself not wanting to leave afterwards.
I did not like Tucker's nemesis, Some of the things he did was just down right mean.
The cover of this book is just gorgeous I give this book five stars although I wish I could give it more. I want this for my keeper shelf.
I highly recommend this book. You will love it as much as I did.
My thanks to Revell/Baker publishing group for a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own


Liz Johnson

Liz Johnson is the author of more than a dozen novels, including A Sparkle of SilverA Glitter of GoldThe Red Door InnWhere Two Hearts Meet, and On Love's Gentle Shore, as well as a New York Times bestselling novella and a handful of short stories. She works in marketing and makes her home in Phoenix, Arizona. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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