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TBT Book Spotlight: A Reluctant Melody

Happy New Year, Reader Friends!

I hope you had a wonderful holiday season! I’m so excited about this year and the first throwback post of 2019! For today’s Throwback Thursday book spotlight, A Reluctant Melody by Sandra Ardoin is being featured. Have you read it? It was published in 2016. So let’s go back!


About the Book

Kit Barnes’ drinking ruined more lives than his own. Now sober, he wants to make amends by opening a mission for drunkards. The most suitable location belongs to Joanna Cranston Stewart, a love from his sordid past and the one person he hurt the most.

A pariah among her peers, Joanna is all too eager to sell her property and flee the rumors that she sent her late husband to an early grave. But she will let the gossips talk and the walls of her rundown property crumble around her before she’ll allow Kit back into her life.

When a blackmailer threatens to reveal her long-held secret, she must choose between trusting Kit or seeing her best friend trapped in an abusive marriage.

Will Joanna risk another betrayal? Or will she find a way through the pain of the past to love and trust again?

Links: Amazon, Goodreads


About the Author

As an author of heartwarming and award-winning historical romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she’s also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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