Salvaging from historic buildings isn't supposed to require reporting a murder.
When salvage expert and historian Paisley Sutton crawls into an abandoned store with a house attached, she certainly isn't expecting to find a body on site. But soon, her discovery sends Paisley on an expedition through history that links this murder to the one that led the previous owners to abandon the building in the first place. And someone doesn't want her to salvage this story from the wreckage.
Can Paisley preserve herself and her young son while also uncovering the stories that matter most?
Exciting but brought a smile to my heart
The characters were wholesome, no bad language but good plot.
Excellent Stroy that Covers Serious Issues - With some issues itself
This book covers excellent themes. As does the second in the series. Of course, she falls for the cop. It gives a totally unrealistic picture of cops. And breaks some major legal rules. Also, she has a unrealistic picture of when a person can become a mother. At age 45, she is genetically a grandmother, not a first time toddler's mother. Not even possible. And her 70+ year old parents are not going to be that active. At least by the second book she attempts to realize her unrealistic forever young expectations. The second book is a bit scary, with some very real issues.
This was a well developed plot with charming setting. The characters were carefully created and not stock, predictable stereotypes.