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© 2020, Brooke Dittmar
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Summary: Dallas Parker returns to her hometown in Montana with her son Lyle. Dallas must face a difficult past, a past that she left behind.
For Susan Johnson, who fought stage four pancreatic cancer. Susan was one of my readers who I was lucky enough to meet. Susan was a kind, brave, and beautiful woman that was taken too soon. God bless her and her family.
December 18th, 2019
A quote from this book:
“I told you this town wouldn’t let me forget what I did,” River muttered. “I’ll never live down what I did. Even if everyone else forgot about what I did, I never will. I’ll take it to the grave, and I know that.”