After the death of her beloved husband, Robin struggles to take care of her son and keep the coffee shop going that had been Robin and Micah's dream.
Ian McKay comes to town to build a huge condminium complex in the very location where Robin's cafe is, but after meeting Robin and her son, Caleb, will Ian be forved to face his past, and help Robin come to terms with her own?
Wishing on Willows is the stand alone sequel to Katie Ganshert's emotional Wildflowers from Winter, and is a story of second chances and hope in the wake of extreme sorrow.
Robin was such a well-intentioned character, who stretched herself to the brink of breaking because of her big heart, a the pressure that was put upon her and that she put on herself. And I really liked Ian, because he had so many painful secrets that came to light over the course of the book, and I came to see why he was, who he was, and how he was changing.
This was truly a beautiful tale about triumph in Jesus Christ over the pain, and sorrow of the past and looking forward towards a bright tomorrow, and second chances. An emotionally deep read that will capture your heart!
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