If you’ve been following this series then you need to grab a copy of the latest addition.
Thirty-seven year old Francie Davis, a recent widow and empty nester, gets to attend college at last. She’s sure her luck has changed when she also lands a job on campus that will pay her tuition, as administrative assistant to a history professor. When her handsome new boss yells at her on the first day of work, Francie worries she will never be good enough.
For Professor Alex Diederik, life is going downhill fast. Not only is his bitter ex-wife trying to poison their only daughter against him, but now his one place of solace—his work environment—is being complicated by his attractive new administrative assistant. She drives home his feelings of failure as a husband and father, and Alex wonders if hiring her was the right thing to do.
Francie will have to put aside her hurt and insecurities or risk her dreams, while Alex must look outside himself if he’s to mend the breach with his daughter. And, perhaps, find someone who can help heal his pain.
Great story about a woman, Francie, who lives in a historical home, gardens, and cooks vegetarian dishes that had my mouth watering. Her troubled marriage over, due to her husband’s death, she is now faced with starting over and going back to college. Enter Alex, a somewhat short-tempered history professor who is suffering from the demise of a troubled marriage himself. Add to that an emotionally abusive ex-wife, a surly teenaged daughter and trying to navigate online dating, and his life only gets more complicated when he starts to fall for his lovely new assistant, Francie. I really enjoyed the way Weaver wove all of these characters together, and how they were all able to help and heal each other. How “the powers that be” will bring us together with the right person, at the right time, if we will simply open our hearts to the possibility. Enjoy!
Look For the Next and Final Book Coming May 19th.