This is the third book in the Bennington Family trilogy
proceeded by Asa and The Double B. The old Bennington
family home, now considered a historic building, has
stood empty for five years. Geraldine Kingman has the
money and believes she can turn the beautiful old home
into an upscale bed and breakfast. However, her own
emotional problems and her conflict with one of the
Bennington family members will make the restoration
a challenge for all concerned.
Donna lives in a small, rural,
gold rush era community in
the Sierra Nevada foothills
north of Sacramento,
California with her husband
of 45 years and an old cat.
Retired from the telecommunication industry she is
a great grandmother. Besides gardening and writing
poetry, she is an active member of the local quilt group
which hosts an outdoor quilt show to raise funds for
their volunteer fire department.