For a chance to win this book simply post a comment answering this question. If you bought a house with a lot of history attached (like the Civil War and the house used to be a place used by the "Underground Railroad," would you leave the house looking similar to its historical condition, or remodel it to make it appear more contemporary? After all, it's your house. So what would you do?
I will choose a winner using the Randomizer program next Sunday. Have a great week!
About the book:
Emily Foster won't allow herself to move on until she earns enough money to make restitution for the accident that stole a young girl's dreams. Flipping houses sounds like the fast track to her goal, but when her first project turns out to be a stop on the Underground Railroad, Emily finds herself drawn to, but at odds with, the contractor she hires. Jake Braden needs to focus on gaining guardianship of his late sister's twins, but the story of lost love uncovered in Emily's house sets the stage for what might become his own lost love.
I've only had a chance to read the first three chapters, but so far I like it. The premise sounds interesting and it's holding my interest. I hope to have a review posted by the end of the week.