Recently finished and now resting peacefully on my nightstand:
Silent Heart by Barbara Youree is a beautifully written historical romance. Complete with hope, tragedy, and suspense, the story of yearning love between Francoise and Stefano plays out eloquently from the first page to the last. I loved the societal issues raised in this story, set in 17th century Italy, as well as the theme of perseverance and faith in God.
This is Book One in Youree’s Renaissance Brides series, and I will definintely be reading the rest.
What do you think?
And then there’s this issue: the laundry line. Apparentely, this has been an issue in a number of communities for some time.
Time Magazine: Fighting for the Right to Dry
Really, who would have thought?