About the Book
In Witch, Jennifer and Micheal have come a long way from when they started this project. Two major buildings have been completed. The rich history about this property that is part of Micheal's heritage has been worked through. Jennifer has grown and changed so nicely, and now Micheal has to deal with his past that he has been hiding. I deeply appreciate the Southern aspects of this book, and this series. Being a Southern gal, I also can't help but be thrilled with the entire restoration of historical properties and buildings that are rich with history. Faithfulness is the focus of this book, and it shows in each major challenge that is overcome. God's faithfulness. Our character's faithfulness in the face of danger and obstacles is evident as you read. This is a strong book, and an even stronger series that I found to be enriching in many ways.
About the Author
Guest post from Denise Weimer
- Family connection from the 1920s story of Georgia Pearl as they restore the house (White)
- Forgiveness from the 1860s story of Charlotte as they restore the apothecary (Widow)
- Faithfulness from the 1780s story of Verity as they restore the log cabin (Witch)