The Artisan’s Wife by Judith Miller


The Artisan's Wife by Judith Miller

This book was supplied to me by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for a Review.

Description of Story

As Ainslee McKay reluctantly leaves all she’s known, the beauty of forgiveness and new beginnings comes to light in a West Virginian town with hidden depths.

Ainslee McKay’s world is upended when her twin sister secretly elopes and leaves Ainslee alone to move to Weston, West Virginia, to fulfill their obligation at the McKay family’s new tile works. While her brother, Ewan, agrees to travel with her and help her learn the ropes, she still intends to sell this business she no longer wants if a buyer can be found.

When the talented Levi Judson arrives to show Ainslee his designs for new tiles, she’s impressed by his skill and passion for the business but feels she must keep her true plans for the business a secret from him. And though Levi hopes for a long, successful career at McKay Tile Works, he’s hiding his true reason for coming to Weston. Can the growing feelings between them survive if the truth comes to light–or is a future together as uncertain as the future of the tile works itself?

My Review

This book is the 3rd book in Refined by Love Series.  This book is one of the greatest books I have read by Judith Miller.

The story starts out with Ainslee having to leave her home and relocate in another town in West Virginia.  Her twin sister is suppose to go with her but she decides to leave and meet a guy to elope.  This just tears Ainslee apart.  She goes ahead and goes to run a business for her brother, Ewan.  She does a GREAT job.  She hires a new person, Levi Judson, but he has his secrets also.

As the story goes, Ainslee falls for Levi and learns about forgiving her twin also.  This is all I am going to say or else I will spoil the book for you.  This book was a Great story.  Thank you Judith Miller for giving us such a good book to read.

I would suggest this book and this series to my friends and family.  Again, it is just GREAT, I couldn’t hardly put this book down.  Wonderful story.

 

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