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About the Book
Author: Denise Weimer
Genre: Modern romantic light suspense with a historical back story
Release Date: April 1, 2017
The Restoration Trilogy: When Jennifer Rushmore accepts a brooding bachelor’s job offer to act as coordinator for the restoration of his family’s historic doctor’s house (WHITE), apothecary (WIDOW) and log cabin (WITCH) in a rural Georgia community, little does she know it’s her own heart that will undergo the greatest renovation. Three stories. Three centuries. Three lessons on the healing of the heart. And one buried mystery that threatens their redemption.
WITCH, Book Three: Having restored Michael Johnson’s ancestors’ house and apothecary shop and begun applying the lessons of family and forgiveness unearthed from the past, Jennifer Rushmore expects to complete her first preservation job with the simple relocation of a log home. But as her crew reconstructs the 1787 cabin, home to the first Dunham doctor, attacks on those involved throw suspicion on neighbors and friends alike. And while Jennifer has trusted God and Michael with the pain of her past, it appears Michael’s been keeping his own secrets. Will she use a dream job offer from Savannah as an escape, or will a haunting tale from a Colonial diary " her to rely on the faithfulness of his love?
When I first saw the title "Witch" I was a little skeptical but I am glad to say the title is not what the book is about. The book is about healing and forgiveness and learning to trust God. I am going to include this quote from the book about pride because when I read it, it gave me something to ponder because I never thought of pride like this "Stella says either thinking we're too damaged for God to fix or so special He should have kept us from ever being hurt are just two different forms of pride."
I really recommend you read all three books of the "The Restoration Trilogy" in order to get the full story. "Witch" is the third in the trilogy and I feel like if I hadn't read the other two first and in order I wouldn't have gotten the full picture. This trilogy has history ( based on actual history but some of the story is fiction). Some of the story describes house restoration which doesn't interest me at all but I wasn't bored at all while reading this trilogy.
I liked "Witch" the best of the three because it brought to an end the suspense and the restoration of the house and healing for the two main characters in all three novels, which is Micheal and Jennifer. The three books have the same characters except the characters in the diaries that are part of the story.
In "Witch" other characters experiences healing also.
"The Restoration Trilogy"is also a romance.
"The Restoration Trilogy" is about restoration of a historical house and town but also about the restoration of the character's lives.
This story has me thinking about issues in my own life and really has me rethinking a few deep rooted thoughts. But isn't that what a good book does rather it be fiction or nonfiction?
"Witch" by Denise Weimer is getting five stars from me.
I was given a complimentary copy by the author and Celebrate Lit. The opinions expressed are my own.
About the Author
DENISE WEIMER holds a journalism degree with a minor in history from Asbury University. A former magazine writer, she is the author of romantic novella REDEEMING GRACE, The Georgia Gold Series (SAUTEE SHADOWS, THE GRAY DIVIDE, THE CRIMSON BLOOM, and BRIGHT AS GOLD – winner of the 2015 John Esten Cooke Award for outstanding Southern literature) and The Restoration Trilogy (WHITE, WIDOW and WITCH). Denise is a wife and swim mom of two daughters who always pauses for old houses, coffee and chocolate!
Guest post from Denise Weimer
The first thing I want to tell you about Witch is … it’s not scary! Hang with me, and I’ll share more about the title.
The Restoration Trilogy mixes a unique tonic … the budding of a romance and friendships in a humorous, small-town community, a splash of suspense, and spiritual and emotional healing. Check out the summaries above.
The restoration my parents did on a real life doctor’s house and apothecary shop inspired this series. As I watched them work and learn about the historical line of doctors associated with their property, I realized how much a physical restoration project can mirror the spiritual work God wants to do in each of us. And that’s exactly what happens with Michael and Jennifer, who both conceal areas of brokenness from their pasts. As they come together to restore his family buildings, the stories they uncover about his ancestors reveal truths they need to apply in their own lives:
- Family connection from the 1920s story of Georgia Pearl as they restore the house (White)
- Forgiveness from the 1860s story of Charlotte as they restore the apothecary (Widow)
- Faithfulness from the 1780s story of Verity as they restore the log cabin (Witch)
So here’s your prescription, should you choose to accept it by entering into this grand prize giveaway!
Grand Prize Gift Basket From Durham Apothecary & Museum: Take from a homemade tea pocket one of the selection of special teas. While brewing thy favorite tea, dispense liberally from the tea cookie tin onto a china plate. Prop up thy feet and commence thy reading journey through a print copy of White, Widow AND Witch! After a goodly time of rest and reflection, take up thy quill (ahem, I mean set of decorative pens) and record pearls of wisdom in thy new journal. When they husband and children begin to grumble, rise with fresh vigor to prepare a meal from Farmer’s Almanac Colonial Cookbook.
Second place prize: an e-book copy of Witch (or any other one book of The Restoration Trilogy)
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April 23: A Baker’s Perspective
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To celebrate her tour, Denise is giving away:
A Grand Prize Gift Basket From Durham Apothecary & Museum: Take from a homemade tea pocket one of the selection of special teas. While brewing thy favorite tea, dispense liberally from the tea cookie tin onto a china plate. Prop up thy feet and commence thy reading journey through a print copy of White, Widow AND Witch! After a goodly time of rest and reflection, take up thy quill (ahem, I mean set of decorative pens) and record pearls of wisdom in thy new journal. When thy husband and children begin to grumble, rise with fresh vigor to prepare a meal from Farmer’s Almanac Colonial Cookbook.
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