Precious Things (#03 in Faded Photographs Series)
Blythe is a satisfied woman - or so she's led herself to believe. As owner of an antique/ resale shop, she occasionally treats herself to a 'junk hunt', searching for precious things to sell in her store. She is alone...
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Blythe is a satisfied woman - or so she's led herself to believe. As owner of an antique/ resale shop, she occasionally treats herself to a 'junk hunt', searching for precious things to sell in her store. She is alone - and has learned to be content - until she receives a faded photograph inside a wedding announcement, inviting her to relive memories that were long buried.
A young woman - the daughter of the one man Blythe loved and lost - is searching for answers. Will the questions she asks and the truth that's revealed start Blythe on a journey of despair? Or will they bring freedom to fully live and love again?
The past was far behind her-at least that's what Blythe Severson thought. But then she received a wedding invitation containing a faded photograph, and old memories resurfaced. Even worse, Kylie Rollins entered her life. . . . Kylie's fresh young face-searching, wondering, and reminding Blythe of the one man she loved and lost-turns Blythe's world upside down. When T. J. enters the picture, bringing a taste of emotions Blythe thought long dead, she must summon the courage to reveal painful secrets that will end Kylie's tortured search. In "Precious Things", author Andrea Boeshaar brings her Faded Photographs series to a dramatic close.
The author brings her Faded Photographs series to a dramatic close with this final installment. An antiques dealer must confront her own past when a faded photograph resurrects memories she thought were gone forever.
Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar has been writing stories and poems since she was a little girl and has published articles and devotionals as well as 31 novels and novellas. In addition to her writing, Andrea is a certified Christian life coach and speaks at writers' conferences and for women's groups. She has taught workshops at such conferences as: Write-To-Publish; American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW); Oregon Christian Writers Conference; Mount Hermon Writers Conference and many local writers conferences. Another of Andrea's accomplishments is co-founder of the American Christian Fiction Writers (