One Harvest Knight book review

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About the Book

Shell Prentiss lives in a world of petals and pretties, marred only by the pain of a long-ago loss. The single sour spot in her little Harvest dreamworld is the newsman, Thorne Knight, who dislikes her for no apparent reason. As a fourth-generation owner/editor of The Harvest Herald, Thorne usually makes a point of welcoming new merchants to the close-knit business community. But he has yet to dole out a smile in Shell’s direction—much less a warm welcome. When Shell says things are disappearing from her shop, Thorne goes on the defensive. Harvest Square hasn’t seen a theft worth speaking of in over a decade. He’d known the fancy little florist was too pretty to be good news. Now she’ll have all the merchants in an uproar of panic and suspicion. Shared volunteer time at a unique soup kitchen forces the two to see good things in each other, especially when they work together to improve the life of a homeless child. He’s scarred from the past. She’s hurting from an old loss. Between God and the twin sisters who own Grace Kitchen, might love await two painfully haunted hearts.

 

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My Review

Shell and Thorne get off to a rocky start. Items are have stolen from her shop, but he doesn’t believe her.

Shell volunteers at Grace’s Kitchen, a place for the homeless to eat. She meets a young girl there; who she wants to help out.

The book kept me wondering what was going to happen next.

I received an advanced copy of the book from the author. This book review is my own opinion.

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