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TBT Feature Novel: That Summer by Jo Huddleston

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!!

Today I’m sharing information for the TBT Feature Novel, That Summer, by Jo Huddleston! Today’s throwback novel takes us to 2012. Have you read it? If not, grab your copy today!

About the Book


From the back cover: “To escape his poppa’s physical abuse and their dirt-poor farm life, Jim flees to an imagined prosperous city life where he can make his own choices, ignoring God patiently knocking on his heart’s door. Settled in town, Jim strays from God. He meets a girl and loses his heart … and meets another girl and loses his willpower. Jim wrestles with social and moral dilemmas as he makes a life-alternating choice beside Caney Creek.”

Purchase: Amazon

Add to shelf: Goodreads

About the Author


Jo Huddleston is an Amazon Bestselling author of books, articles, and short stories. Novels in her West Virginia Mountains series and her Caney Creek series are sweet Southern historical romances. Her novels are endorsed by Amanda Cabot, Cara Lynn James, Sharlene MacLaren, and Ann Tatlock. The redeeming story of God’s pursuing love is the foundation of her novels, and in them you will find inspiration, hope, and gentle stories that are intriguing and entertaining. Jo is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and the Literary Hall of Fame at Lincoln Memorial University (TN). Learn more at

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2 thoughts on “TBT Feature Novel: That Summer by Jo Huddleston”

    1. Geogiana, thanks for reading Toni’s blog. Glad you find That Summer interesting! Thanks for commenting.


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