Review from Library Journal: "In her second novel (after Firdbird), Graham tells the story of Sarah Bryden, a creative young woman who lives with her grandparents in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Sarah put her dreams of college and travel on hold after her grandfather had an accident. Now working as a waitress, she paints whenever she can and affects the lives of those in her circle more than she realizes. There's Billy Moon, Sarah's former teacher and would-be lover; John and Susan Wilde and their adopted baby, Will; and Joy, Sarah's friend and employer. When the Wildes first move to the area, Sarah and John are attracted to each other a problem that is exacerbated by Sarah's relating better to John's new son than his wife, Susan, does. Slowly, pretenses are stripped away, new emotional ties develop, and static relationships seem doomed. After a flood causes multiple tragedies, Sarah takes control of her life, which blossoms unexpectedly. Women readers especially will enjoy this poignant, beautifully written story."
This is an interesting love story set in Kansas and in France.
A beautiful, touching love story
I enjoyed this book. It doesn't necessarily stand out as exceptional, but it flowed and I enjoyed the characters. A good story about small town Kansas.
If you like love stories you will enjoy this one.
A story of a friendship that threatens a man's marriage and a woman's sense of right and wrong. Set in the Flint hills of Kansas.