Whatever your age ….. If you believe in Santa Claus this is a great read. This book reaffirms the reality that Santa really does exist.
This is true story of a World War I female spy ring serving as the skeleton of this fast paced book filled with intrigue, brokenness, and courage. There are two different timelines, one set in 1947, the other starting in 1915. They are woven together to tell a gut-wrenching, heartbreaking story of brave women determined to make a difference in the most difficult of circumstances.
From the ’30s to 1950, a woman named Georgia Tann, who ran the Tennessee Children’s Home Society. She stole poor children from their families and newborn babies from single mothers and sold them to celebrities, politicians and others who could afford them. It was all done under the guise of helping orphaned and abandoned children find good homes, but it was actually human trafficking.
Avery Stafford finds a puzzling photograph that leads her into an ever more confusing story of secrets and lies inside her upright, respected family. Along the way, she starts to question the man her family has picked for her to marry and her expected role within the family. What follows is a heartwarming story of love, betrayal, memories and staying true to your heart.
Sara’s grandmother dies and she has to return to Alabama for the reading of the will. She plans to get everything settle quickly and return to her life in New Orleans. That is not going to be easy. Sara now owns a B&B, The Hideaway, in Sweet Bay, Alabama. It will not be difficult renovating the house, especially with her grandmother’s elderly best friends living there.
There are also surprises about her grandmother hiding in the attic. It turns out there are many things she didn’t know about Mags. Now she has to make a choice between saving the house and returning to her own home.