Yes, the story flowed well between the two main characters and their potential love interests. Although there was romance, I enjoyed the relationship between the sisters more than courtships.
The most memorable moment was the mother's letter to her unborn child that Val read at the rehearsal. Abortion is a key issue that Irene Hannon deals with in a sensitive manner.
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire book. The scene when Val met with the minister and finally began to forgave herself was especially touching.
Facing the past
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