A Miracle in a Dry Season by Sarah Loudin Thomas

My mom grew up during this time in the same general area, so it was interesting to see how this was like her growing up time.  Many of the small town, mountain ways she could relate to.

Perla brings her daughter to a small town in West Virginia and hopes to just be able to settle in, but she becomes involved with a crisis in the town that bring attention to her.  She is able to help them with this crisis with her gift, but everyone doesn't understand her and causes her to be judged.  Casewell Phillips senses that she is someone he wants to get to know, but realizes that there is more to her than she is letting on.

It will be interesting to see how this series continues.

I received this book free to review.


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