Robin Lee Hatcher's new book: You'll Think of Me is a simple and clean love story. Abandoned by her mother and disowned by her father, single mother Brooklyn has the opportunity to trust again now that she has moved back to the town she grew up in.
When her estranged husband dies, she is left his family home. And she moves in next door Derek. From there, learning to trust again takes over, and while every situation in Brooklyn's life isn't tied up with a neat little bow, she finds peace in the arms of Derek and her Lord.
This book is a very simple read. It didn't leave me turning pages furiously, but I read every day, interested to see how it would turn out.
It was simply, comfortable.