This is the sixth novel in this series, which means I get to read the previous novels now as I await another installment.
Set in the fictional small town of Henry Adams, Kansas, this story focuses on the mayor Trent July, as he thinks more about his birth mother, wanting to know more about her and why she sent him to live with his grandmother, Tamar.
Although Trent doesn't like to dwell on his past he is curious and can't get this out of his mind.
While Trent is the focus of this book, friends and relatives from previous Blessings novels make their appearance. Despite the fact that I didn't have any backstory on them, I still was able to follow along with the plot and look forward to reading more about them in other series' books.
Although Jenkins does offer resolution in this novel, there is still plenty of room for her to continue this series.
This series felt a bit like the Cape Light series by Thomas Kinkade which always left me feeling happy as I turned the last page.
Thanks to TLC Book Tours for providing a copy of this book. The opinions expressed as always are my own.
I love it when I come late to a series - it just means there are lots of great books for me to read to get caught up!
Thanks for being a part of the tour.
This book made me happy too.
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