ONE TRUE PLACE
MARGARET P. CUNNINGHAM
Black Lyon Publishing
Rating: 3 Cups
True Cowley feels like her life is spinning out of control. Her husband has suddenly died and left her with a mountain of debt.
Jackson Bean notices True right away. There is something about the widow that shines through the other townspeople of Belle Hill, Alabama.
After her husband has been laid to rest, True decides to stay with her lifelong friend Maisy for the time being. Meanwhile, she is determined to dig up her past and find out who her father is. But someone else is digging as well, exploring her old home late at night. Could it have something to do with the rumored will and treasure that is hidden?
There is something about One True Place that gives the reader a tranquil and calm feeling. Ms. Cunningham writes with a tone of voice that gives you the feeling of lazy walks in town and days gone by, where everyone knew everyone and helping out when someone was in need was the norm. Though the main characters were certainly interesting, it was some of the lesser roles that kept me intrigued. I thought the bizarre happenings at Oak View house added to this unique tale. I enjoyed reading this story.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More