by Lisa Jordan
Ian James asks his best friend Agnes Kingsley to help him renovate a house for a community project. While Ian views the house as a place of hope, Agnes views it as a house of horrors. He knew she lived in the house while married, but he doesn’t know the extent of abuse she faced from her ex. Ian wants to help her heal and be more than a friend. Can he show her she is worthy of love? Agnes demonstrates that while healing is painful, it is a necessary process. This is a sweet take on second chances and hope.