Georgia author, Denise Weimer, celebrates the April release of her final book in The Restoration Trilogy, Witch, with a book signing from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at The Washington Spring Art Festival on the Square in Washington, GA.
In Weimer’s newest Restoration Trilogy, when Jennifer Rushmore accepts a brooding bachelor’s job offer to act as coordinator for the restoration of his family’s historic doctor’s house (White), apothecary (Widow) and log cabin (Witch) in a rural Georgia community, little does she know it’s her own heart that will undergo the greatest renovation.
In book three, having restored Michael Johnson’s ancestors’ house and apothecary shop and begun applying the lessons of family and forgiveness unearthed from the past, Jennifer Rushmore expects to complete her first preservation job with the simple relocation of a log home. But as her crew reconstructs the 1787 cabin, home to the first Dunham doctor, attacks on those involved throw suspicion on neighbors and friends alike. And while Jennifer has trusted God and Michael with the pain of her past, it appears Michael’s been keeping his own secrets. Will she use a dream job offer from Savannah as an escape, or will a haunting tale from a Colonial diary convince her to rely on the faithfulness of his love?
The trilogy involves lessons on the healing of the heart from three different centuries unearthed by the modern characters as they restore each building, and one very dangerous buried mystery. The spiritual focus, says Weimer, lies in how only God, the Master Renovator, can bring us to wholeness.
Weimer’s novels receive enthusiastic reviews from critics, bloggers and authors alike. Amazon best-selling author Heather Blanton called White “spell-binding,” while Timeless Christian Romance says, “Widow is a firmly-packed, beautifully descriptive tale that flows through a century in the most addictive way, especially for the renovating romantic hooked on supernatural mystery.”
Weimer is the author of romantic novella Redeeming Grace and The Georgia Gold Series. Sautee Shadows, The Gray Divide, The Crimson Bloom, and Bright as Gold, winner of The 2015 John Esten Cooke Award for Southern Literature, feature historical romance set in Northeast Georgia and Savannah between Georgia’s Gold Rush and Reconstruction.
Witch is available from Canterbury House Publishing (14.95 trade paperback, ISBN:978-0997011975) through bookstore chains, online stores including Amazon and Barnes & Noble. For more information on Denise Weimer's upcoming signing tour and blog tour, visit https://deniseweimerbooks.webs.com and check out her calendar.