It is never to late. This is what Perdita Sweet discovered. Her life was anything but Sweet like her name. She had regrets. She was lonely. She had no hope for the future. But GOD had a plan.
I really enjoyed this book about the Appalachian backhills and the people in the the community. They looked out for each other. They might not have had much but they were willing to share what they had.
The characters in this book were all on the road of discovery. They were learning who they were and what what was important to them.
This made me think of how some of us reevaluated our lives during the covid lockdown. We had to slow down and take care of others. We learned what was important when we were not allowed to be with our loved ones. We took things for granted.
Tansy, the book librarian, realized before it was too late what really mattered.
Revell gave me the opportunity to read this book for a honest review.