This is the first book I have read by this author, I enjoyed it. It is a well develped story that has characters that took me on an emotional ride in parts. The characters made the story feel realistic. Aileen’s grandmother left her a house now she is left with the decision on what to do with it. She is also in search of herself. She discovers some secrets but will she be able to hold it together long enough to find answers? I highly recommend this book, great friendship and family connections.
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