Gathering Shadows by Nancy Mehl

I have read several books by this author and this one was just as great as the rest.  after seeing some pictures, Wynter Evans talks her boss into letting her do a series of stories about places in Missouri that people would not know about otherwise.  She winds up in a town called Santuary and soon finds herself with more than she anticipated.  I liked how the story didn't follow a standard that everyone is good or changes right away.   I liked seeing the growth in the characters and how they sorted out why they thought the way they did and were willing to look into things differently as time progressed.  This was one book that I finished very quickly and had to stop myself several times from turning to the back to see how it would all turn out.  I especially liked the cats in the book as they remind me of my own.  Maybe all homes away from home should come with some.

I received this book free to review.

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