This is book 2 of the Restoring Heritage series. When Libby Kingsley takes on the challenge of a new job of librarian in the town of Heritage, she is shocked that the library is actually in a basement with everything outdated. She sets out to make this a new and revised library with bringing her plans to the community only to be turned away. Austin Williams is the town organizer and the one making the town be updated and the town square be finished. When Libby starts to reach out and try to get funds for the library needs, she is stepping on Austin's plans. This leads into both of them bumping heads and also finding a few things in common. Can they work together or will the Libby be heartbroken?
I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys a fun and relaxing read. It has many more characters and issues going on that blend in with the main characters that just keep you reading. I found this as a good book that is about family, faith, forgiveness and encouraging people to follow your dreams. This is the second book in the series, but can be read as a stand alone as I have not read any of the other books in the series and was able to follow this story without any problems.
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