From a USA Today best-selling author!
A conflict-avoiding teacher. A take-no-prisoners PTA mom. All that pulls them together is the gardening class he's reluctantly teaching. As memories linger in the past, so dreams stretch toward the future.
Single mom Adriana Diaz isn't about to let the new teacher derail the PTA's hard work in securing a greenhouse and garden area for Bridgeview Elementary School, but taking matters into her own hands turns awkward when she realizes her attraction to the teacher.
Pro-level conflict-avoider Myles Sheridan finds himself against an entire community with his reluctance to incorporate gardening into his classes. The only thing that could make his situation worse is falling in love with the ringleader, whose child is his most difficult student and whose husband had died a hero.
How can Myles compete with the man from Adriana's memories? He's not the material champions are made of. Or is he?
What did you love best about Memories of Mist?
I always love Valerie Comer's stories and this one was no different; the characters are believable--flawed but loveable. There is a strong Christian theme, and that is one of the things I love about her books; it may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is mine. Her stories always bring redemption into them.
What did you like best about this story?
The characters lives are faith-based; that doesn't mean everything is always easy, but they rely on God to see them through the rough patches. The love story was sweet but not cloyingly so.
Any additional comments?
I found the "voice" the narrator used for Violet a bit annoying, oddly. It didn't keep me from enjoying the book, however.
I received this book from the author free of charge; the request was made that I leave a review but it was not a requirement. My views are entirely my own.