As most of you probably know, I just got back home from a lovely, albeit wearying, whirlwind visit with several family members. I re-visited people and places that I haven’t seen for 30 + years, which of course stirs up many thoughts and memories. So, it seems fitting to also re-visit Not a Word this week.
In Not a Word, the thoughts and memories come alive again for Mac when Savannah comes back to town.
“I’m saying that I’m not going to trash someone else’s reputation in a futile attempt to restore mine. Everyone would believe her. Why shouldn’t they? It’s probably the only lie she’s ever told in her life. Just happens to be the lie that ruined mine.”
Words have power. Add a solid reputation behind those words, and they have the power to destroy.
It began with a lie.
Mac’s life changed irrevocably with a false accusation. Blissfully unaware of the carnage she left behind when she moved from Brant’s Corners, Savannah Forrester is back and when Mac sees her at church–with a boy–he wants answers.
For eight years he’s lived under the cloud of her accusations–without defending himself. He kept her secret. He endured the shame and the life-altering consequences.
Savannah can set the record straight. Mac says no. The ultimate question remains: what is best for Rory.
And who is Rory really?
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Comment Request: Do you find it easier to forgive a “big thing” now and then or a lot of little ones?