My Thoughts: A whole new series...Creektown Discoveries.
I enjoy reading books by Wanda Brunstetter because they represent a different way of life. Sometimes an amish way of living or a Mennonite way of living or as in this story a way of life where other people are helping those in need.
Who would have thought that an antique store could bring healing to people with life hurts? But that is exactly what the Troyers have at their antique store, the Memory Keepers, a place where hurting people come to shop and end up being helped by kind words and deeds.
At first, I wasn't sure about Jeff and Rhonda. They both seem a bit egotistical and very much all about themselves.
Then Jeff and Rhonda (they are married) decide to move to a slower way of life. Jeff loves to fill their garage up with antiques which leads him to buy an antique sled.
However, his wife sees the antiques as a distraction for her husband. Rhonda feels inadequate because she can't have a baby. Is jeff buying antiques to fill the void?
This was a great story! I loved the interaction and love that the Troyers displayed.
And sometimes and antique sled brings more than anyone ever hoped.
*This book was provided for review by Barbour*