• Abbie Williams
  • September 22, 2020
  • Romance | 384pp
  • Trade Paper  978-1-77168-207-7  $16.99
  • Ebook  978-1-77168-208-4  $7.99 (releases early – May 15, 2020!)
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A Place to Belong

Millie Jo Gordon cannot remember a time before she loved Wyatt Rawley – at age five, she told her parents that she would marry him someday, a tale retold since her childhood. Now, many years later, Millie is seventeen and more deeply in love than ever. At twenty-three, sweet, passionate Wy, only a few semesters away from practicing veterinary medicine, secretly returns those feelings. In the ripe heat of summer, Wy at last confesses and the two share a week of sublime happiness before a heartbreaking revelation forces them apart. 

Years pass, following each in their separate lives – Wy a talented and well-respected vet whose marriage to another is only an aching reminder of what he could have had with Millie. Meanwhile, Millie attends college to become an equine therapist, grappling with her enduring and unspoken connection to Wy, a love that refuses to wither and leave her in peace. An emotional love story about the momentous ways that even the smallest of choices can forever shape our lives. 

Praise for Abbie Williams

“Williams populates her historical fiction with people nearly broken by their experiences.” — Foreword Reviews INDIES Finalist (Soul of a Crow)

* Gold Medalist — Independent Publishers Awards (Heart of a Dove)

“Perfect for romantic mystery lovers … a sweet, clever quickstep with characters who feel like longtime friends.” — Foreword Reviews (Wild Flower)

“This passionate opening volume successfully melds historical narrative, women’s issues, and breathless romance with horsewomanship, trailside deer-gutting, and alluring smidgeons of Celtic ESP.” — Publishers Weekly (Heart of a Dove)

“Filled with memorable characters and lovely descriptions and language.” — Dear Author (Heart of a Dove)

“With a sweet romance, good natured camaraderie, and a very real element of danger, this book is hard to put down.” — San Francisco Book Review (Heart of a Dove)