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This sequel to Blackberry Days of Summer reunites the people of Jefferson County, Virginia, with murder and the resurrection of an evil thought to be dead and gone. Carrie Parker is juggling motherhood, work, school, and increasing strains on her new marriage. She and Simon are happy parents, but sometimes Carrie fears there's something dark and evil about her little baby's eyes. She vows he will not be anything like his real father -- but the past has a way of creeping into the present.
Ruth P. Watson is the author of Blackberry Days of Summer, An Elderberry Fall, and Cranberry Winter. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and son. She divides her time between being a business owner, writer, and educator. She has a master's degree and is currently working on her next novel, Strawberry Spring, and a documentary. A musical stageplay, Blackberry Daze, is based on her debut novel.