The Forgotten Recipe
Veronica Fisher is a lucky young woman and she knows it. She is marrying her very best friend Seth Lapp who is hardworking, kind, and so very handsome. Above all else though, he loves Veronica.
Then a horrible accident takes Seth away from Veronica and she is beyond heartbroken and she believes that she will never heal from this tragedy. And she surely will never be able to love again, ever.
After such a troubling experience Veronica finds her grandmother’s recipe for raspberry pie and she opens a bake stand to sell her goods. Once she opens her bake stand she finds herself caught in the attentions of a new customer that she finds intriguing.
Jason Huyard was with Seth the day he died, the memory of that day still haunts him. But when he seeks out Seth’s grieving fiancee to extend his condolences, the very last thing he expects, or even wants, is to fall in love. Nonetheless, Jason soon finds himself completely enthralled with Veronica and he visits her bake stand every single week.
Now, as Veronica is finally starting to heal, Jason cannot bring himself to share that he was with Jason as he died. will he ever be able to tell her the truth? Or will this be another blow to both of their hearts?
This story resonates deep within my heart. The loss of someone that you love leaves a wound that is not easily filled or forgotten. The depth that Veronica has to go to free herself from the pain and loss is a great journey and one that she must make. Luckily she does not have to make it alone. Her mother and her sisters are continually helping her and showing their love and compassion.
This is a story that is full of heartache, grace, forgiveness, hurt, and love. I so enjoyed the characters and I look forward to reading more in this series. My interest has been peaked by the forgotten recipes and I anticipate to learn more in the next book in this series.
Amy Clipston makes me long read until my eyes can no longer stay open! I loved this book and hope that you will give it a read some time soon.
Visit again soon to see what other books I have on the book shelf.
In His Grace.
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