How do you define yourself when others have already decided who you are?
Six years ago, when Camden Daniels came back from war without his younger brother, no one in the small town of Alba, Colorado, would forgive him—especially his father.
He left, swearing never to return.
But a desperate message from his father brings it all back. The betrayal. The pain.
And the need to go home again.
But home is where the one person he still loves is waiting. Willow. The one woman he can
never have. Because there are secrets buried in Alba that are best left in the
If only he could tell his heart to stay locked away when she whispers she’s always loved
him, and always will…
Great and Precious Things is a heart-wrenching story about family, betrayal, and
ultimately how far we’re willing to go on behalf of those who need us most.
|| “You two are a damned Shakespearean tragedy. It’s slightly entertaining yet incredibly painful to watch.”
This book was beyond words amazing. Oh the feels – all of the feels!
Willow Bradley grew up with the Daniels brothers as a part of her family, not blood but always there. Xander was the older, wiser brother with all of his ducks in a row. Sullivan was the innocent, good brother, and Camden was the black sheep.
After having not been home in over a decade, Camden returns to Alba at the request of a voicemail left by his not always with is father. The same father that blamed him for the death of his younger brother and the love of Willow’s life. The same father that has been losing himself to early onset Alzheimer’s Disease.
Being the town’s black sheep that came home after being gone that long is daunting enough, add in the fact that the reason he is home is to help his father get the DNR order that Xander has denied him, and the whole town is automatically against him.
Secrets and half truths have been spread for years. What happens when the truth comes out?
I feel like I can’t say a whole lot because I absolutely do not want to give anything away. Bottom line – everyone should read this book. You won’t regret it.
Rebecca Yarros is a hopeless
romantic and a lover of all things coffee, chocolate, and paleo. She is the
author of The Last Letter, the Renegade series, and the Flight
& Glory series, which includes Full Measures, the
award-winning Eyes Turned Skyward, Beyond What is Given,
and Hallowed Ground. She loves military heroes and has been
blissfully married to hers for eighteen years.
When she’s not writing, she’s tying
hockey skates for her four sons, sneaking in some guitar time, or watching
brat-pack movies with her two daughters. She lives in Colorado with the hottest
Apache pilot ever, their rambunctious gaggle of kids, and an English bulldog
who is more stubborn than sweet. Having fostered and adopted their youngest
daughter, Rebecca is passionate about helping others in the foster system
through her nonprofit, One October.