Can the faith of a child inspire forgiveness in the heart of a woman seeking revenge?
This second novel in the Wyattsville Collection is a heartwarming Southern family saga that redefines the meaning of family.
Crime is a rarity in the small town of Wyattsville, so when one occurs it is front page news. Grocery store owner, Sidney Klaussner, shot in the course of the robbery, is lying in the hospital unconscious. In the room across from him the young man assumed to be the shooter.
Although no one knows the truth of what happened inside that store, Sidney's wife is determined to see the boy punished. The lad's only hope is his sister Jubilee. She knows why he was there but is anyone going to believe a seven-year-old?
A touching tale of finding forgiveness and coming together as a family. Spare Change readers are sure to welcome back Olivia Doyle and the colorful residents of the Wyattsville Arms.
- Reader's Favorite Gold Medal
- FPA President's Book Award Gold Medal
- Royal Palm Literary Award
“Crosby has an unbelievable gift for creating fleshed out, unique and lovable characters. She draws you in exposing their quirks, flaws, gifts and very soul”
“Crosby has written yet another marvelous book that will steal your heart and make you not want the book to end”
“Crosby grabs you from the very first paragraph of this book taking you to the heart of Appalachia's coal mines”