Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Stalking Willow

Bitterness, stalking, and a neighbor to die for

What's a girl to do?
Trailed by a stalker in New York City, Willow Thomas, a young ad executive, scurries back to her small North Carolina hometown and the lake house where ten years earlier a scandal revealed her entire life had been a lie, and a seed of bitterness took root in her soul. The cocoon of safety Willow feels upon her arrival home soon unravels when she meets opposition from her family, faces the man she left behind, and the stalker reveals he is close on her heels. Can Willow learn to trust God to tear out her roots of resentment, reunite her family, ferret out a deadly stalker, and to rekindle the love she left behind?

My Thoughts: This novel grasps the reader's attention from the first sentence.  Full of action and suspense the reader won't want to put it down. 

Willow's family had been keeping secrets from her for years, she had a mother who didn't want her and a stalker on the loose.

The story of forgiveness, of a family that finally comes together.  It's a story of how a family can overcome jealousy and bitterness toward one another.  

This was an interesting story-line and full of action.  I enjoyed reading this book and I have to say my favorite character had to be granny.  With her faith in God, her prayers and her notes that she left behind really made the story and brought the family together.

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