WILDFLOWERS FROM WINTER
In this novel rich in details and well-thought-out characters, Ganshert offers something for everyone: romance, secrets, a few laughs. The reader will come away with the knowledge that even in the arms of grief, hope emerges after loss.
Bethany Quinn is a talented architect with a steady boyfriend who is climbing up the corporate ladder. When she inherits the Quinn farm in Iowa, she’s surprised that Evan Price, who has taken care of the farm for years, has inherited the house. While she longs to get back to her life in Chicago, she realizes she is starting a new life in Iowa — and must come to terms with Evan. (WATERBROOK, May, 320 pp., $9.99).