The Dress shop on King Street
"Clark makes a moving debut . . . . While faith elements are subtle, Millie often turns to God for fortitude when facing the difficult circumstances of her past and the obstacles to finally getting her dreams off the ground. Those who enjoy inspirational time-slip stories will want to check this out." -Publishers Weekly
Paint and Nectar
"Ashley Clark solidifies herself as a compelling voice in Southern fiction, with a promise to find stories between every brick and blossom. Paint and Nectar is infused with the history and romance of funding families, seamlessly spanning generations through a love of art, architecture, and the city of Charleston, which beats as the heart between them." -Allison Pittman, The Lady in Residence
Where the Last Rose Blooms
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Alice runs a New Orleans flower shop alongside her aunt, but thoughts of her mother, who went missing during Hurricane Katrina, are never far from her mind. After getting off on the wrong foot with a man who comes to the shop, Alice soon realizes their worlds overlap--and the answers they both seek can be found in the same place.
Publishers Weekly says...
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"A moving debut... While faith elements are subtle, Millie often turns to God for fortitude when facing the difficult circumstances of her past and the obstacles to finally getting her dreams off the ground. Those who enjoy inspirational time-slip stories will want to check this out."
Colleen Coble says...
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If you loved Before We Were Yours, you will love The Dress Shop on King Street as much as I did. Highly recommended!
Cara Putman says...
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"Page by page, secret by secret, moment by moment a story is woven of love lost and found, hope restored, and dreams restored. And each page was a gift I did not want to walk away from. Enter these pages only if you want to feel Millie and Harper’s stories deeply and in the process be reminded of how gentle God is as He guides us through dreams lost and found."