A small town face-lift, brings conflict, restoration, and love for two estranged brothers.
I loved returning to Heritage, and seeing many familiar faces as the community comes together to inject new life into the town square. This story follows two brothers, Austin and Nate, who both have had their struggles in the past, some of which have put them at odds with each other. Nate is now a preacher, while Austin is the architect in charge of the town revamp. I loved how there is a lot going in this book, with multiple relationship dynamics at play as we follow the two brothers, as well as Olivia, a journalist, and Libby who is the new librarian.
An engaging read, that hooked me from the start, I found it even easier and more enjoyable to return for a visit after already being familiar with the town and some of the faces. I admired Libby's innovative thinking and her passion for making the library more accessible for the townspeople. There is strong character development and interaction, as well as solid faith. I admired who both of the men had become.
A thoroughly enjoyable read, it felt like it was over far too soon, I loved every minute of it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.