and or choose a new love? And how can she hold on to the red land she cherishes?
"A Southern story of determination and hope, family and heartache, Moon Over Taylor's Ridge rings true and fine."
—Susan Gregg Gilmore, Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and The Improper Life of Bezillia Grove
"Strengthened by the sturdy Cherokee hills of her youth, a woman's unexpected trip home takes her on a journey into the windows of her heart. Beautifully written and historically rich, this slice of the South is very satisfying."
—Jennifer Youngblood, The Paper Rose Club and Stoney Creek, Alabama