“Always happy to share my wisdom that the work will always be there later, but the moment is only here now.”
The first of a new series, skillfully written as always by Olivia Newport, expertly blending the present with past events. In smooth transitions, Mari fled her family and stops at the Inn in Colorado, where Jillian and her father Nolan connect with her. He is a lawyer and expert mediator, Jillian is a skilled genealogist who dives through history, going the extra mile to make a truly complete result for her customers. The back story of Eliza in Memphis in 1878, a wealthy socialite caught up in a yellow fever outbreak, is gently unfolded throughout. The significance of this is gradually revealed. A master of time transitions with an interesting current setting, including a search for the perfect coffee cup. Easy five star rating.
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