Refuge by Willa J. Brand
Taylor and her baby are on the run from her horrible husband. After one night, when he finally went too far, she knew she had to get away. In a crappy car, always looking over her shoulders, they are on the way to Canada. Only the car broke down in the middle of nowhere.
Tired and afraid she is approached by the kind cowboy, who offers them a place to stay. What started out as a few days thing, turn into her refuge. She found work and a somewhat safe place. New friendship and promise of new love keep her from moving one, but it's hard to form a deeper bond when you are desperate to keep your secrets. And when the past catches on, it will unravel.
It's such a beautiful story, of second chances and overcoming your past. The writing is very, very good, I was taken by the story from the start. But my favorite part was the characters, especially Taylor. While reading, I felt like I was right there with her...
It's one of those stories that give you all the feels. :)
received from author
My 30th, 2020
number of pages
Post a Comment