The breath of dawn, by Kristen Heitzmann. Quinn has a thriving eBay business selling antiques and other trinkets she finds from estate sales. Which is perfect for her as it allows her to remain anonymous and keep her past from stalking her. She comes across an estate that is more than she bargained for! An old insane asylum that is now a house! She dives in to learn the secrets of the house and along the way meets Morgan. A widower who lost his wife two years previously and is now raising their 2 year old daughter Olivia. They quickly fall for each other and Morgan does everything in his power to protect Quinn from her past.
This was actually a pretty good book! It felt a little longer than it needed to be, but I quite enjoyed it! I love a book with a strong female character! Both characters were quite likeable and I love how by the end they both returned to looking to God for answers and help, rather than themselves! A good writer can teach their readers through fiction and imprint truth on their hearts, this is one if those novels! Well done!
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