“The Memory of You” by Catherine West, book review
Natalie Mitchell has to do something to pull her life together. The broken engagement is just the last straw. So when her father suggests, or rather, insists that she go to California and check on her grandfather, so heads out. The vineyard and winery were the place she spent most of her childhood summers. Until THAT summer…
Tanner Collins was a friend when she was little, and now he is the vintner at the winery. While they have not seen each other in about 13 years, they still seem to know each other, or maybe not. Tanner is dealing with so much, and now that it appears that Natalie will close down the winery, he is just about overwhelmed with it all.
As Tanner and Natalie become friend again, they both learn about God’s love and forgiveness.
This is an interesting book that deals with complex family and medical issues common in todays world. The author does a good job helping the reader understand how really overwhelming it all can be.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Thomas Nelson. All opinions expressed are my own.