A couple comes to renovate a home, and the home ends up renovating a family. A charming look inside key moments in the rebuilding of a turn of the twentieth century home, providing a unique insight into that tumultuous century. The plot turns are delightfully executed, and the book leaves you feeling refreshed and hopeful. Enjoyable and engaging from cover to cover, an opportunity to learn about our capacity to love, both for an old home in desperate need of a face lift and for each other.

Brad Kirkpatrick
Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads

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