I don’t have a lot of handbags. I’m more into practicality than pretty. I have an every-day handbag that I often use until it falls apart, or until one of my daughters decides I need a new one. The every-day handbag I’m currently using was bought for me by my youngest daughter. She bought it online and didn’t realize how big it was till she saw it live. Honestly, the thing is huge. I have to be careful not to put too much stuff in it or I can’t lift it. But it suits me fine. It’s big enough to carry everything I need, plus a paperback or a tablet. You never know when you’ll have a few extra moments to read.
Ethan James is a liar, but his money is very real. He isn’t convinced a broken-down inn is a smart investment opportunity. But the more he understands Harper’s dreams and desires, the more he wants to be the man to make them come true. The trauma in both their pasts means neither can fully trust the other. They must find the courage to love, to trust, and to accept, or yesterday’s sorrows will keep them apart.