The Sea Keeper’s Daughters
by Lisa Wingate
Whitney Monroe has more to think about than just her own investment in a high-end restaurant threatening to go belly up. She has employees that need this job. But when she discovers an inheritance calling her away from the stress of life, Whitney takes the opportunity to visit North Carolina and uncover the truth about her family’s past. The Excelsior, the building she’s inherited, comes with a lot of clean up and a step-father that only deepens the pain of losing her mother.
How this brings more to life: This novel celebrates the importance of processing the past in order to face the future with an open heart.