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When the bonds in their family begin to fray, four Black women fight to preserve their legacy, heal their wounds, and move forward together in this heartwarming contemporary debut novel with loose parallels to beloved women from the Bible.. "The surprises and heart in this fast-paced family drama kept me turning pages late into the night." - KJ Dell'Antonia, New York Times bestselling author of The Chicken Sisters. The four women of the Gardin family live side-by-side in Edin, Georgia, but residing in tight proximity doesn't mean everything is picture-perfect. Ruth runs the family's multimillion-dollar peanut business, a legacy of the Gardins' formerly enslaved ancestors. But tensions have intensified since the death of her husband, Beau, and she feels like an outsider in the very place she wishes to belong.

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