I want to visit The Treasure Chest! Reading about the store was definitely my favorite part of the book. I found the “behind the scenes” of running a thrift store so interesting! I just so happen to be reading this book at the same time as I was running my annual garage sale and it made me view my “products” in a whole new way 🙂
This was a light, easy to enjoy novel set in what sounds to be a delightful small town.
I appreciated the church references throughout the book. This Jewish girl learned a great deal 🙂 St. Marks sounds just lovely!
I enjoyed this book and appreciated how my perception of certain characters changed throughout the story as I was granted more insight into their personalities. Characters who I initially liked I ended up hating and characters who I initially wasn’t a fan of morphed into lovely people. Love when that happens!
A cute, easy read!
A Discussion With Margaret Rodeheaver, In Her Own Words:
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Charles Green and Rick Maier
Rick moved to Georgia in the 1980s to advance his career and raise his family. Following a career in finance, he now enjoys spending time with his three grown children, writing, cross-country motorcycle trips and long walks with his dog Sadie. His four novels are each set in his adopted home town of Macon, while his next book will be a true crime drama that occurred when he was in high school in Wilmington, Delaware.