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Wishing on Willows Review

Katie Ganshert‘s Wishing on Willows, the story following Wildflowers from Winter, is beautifully blended with themes of preserving the past, looking to the future, and the healing only God can provide.

Robin Price deals with trying to move on with her life, while still holding on to the memory of her late husband – not only for herself but for her three-year old son. When a stranger comes to town and threatens her café – her safe haven in a world of chaos – she must fight to save it.

When Ian McKay arrives in Peaks, Iowa, the last thing he wants is to cause trouble. He simply wants to save his family’s business. When Robin Price refuses to cooperate, he has no choice but to go head-to-head with this stubborn café owner. Who will win in this battle? Or will they both surrender to something greater?

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