Life turns inside-out when Harriet Kirk decides to uproot her five siblings and move them to Ladreville, Texas. Harriet hopes to find a fresh start where old rumors and grudges don’t overshadow her younger brothers and sisters…as well as herself. But what she discovers brings more worry than comfort when her brother turns criminal, her past revisits, and her heart teeters on the brink of disaster.
The third and final book in the Texas Dreams Trilogy, Tomorrow’s Garden is a wonderful story of friendship, faith, and family. Amanda Cabot does a beautiful job weaving easy to read, layered text to life in a way that is true to the historic time period. Since this was the first of the trilogy that I’ve read, I searched Amazon for the other titles. Much to my delight, the first book in the series is a Kindle free-read, which I’m excited to pick up. Tomorrow’s Garden may be the first of Ms. Cabot’s fiction that I’ve read, but it won’t be the last.
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