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A springtime novella of a secret love and a passionate vow In the late 1890s, intuitive flower shop owner Violet Brooks opens up her heart and business to the Moore family but yet has vowed to get justice for her deceased husband, Roger, whom she believed had died as a result of bucking the Moore lumber company. Handsome lumberbaron Devon Moore frequents Violet's shop with A springtime novella of a secret love and a passionate vow In the late 1890s, intuitive flower shop owner Violet Brooks opens up her heart and business to the Moore family but yet has vowed to get justice for her deceased husband, Roger, whom she believed had died as a result of bucking the Moore lumber company. Handsome lumberbaron Devon Moore frequents Violet's shop with his niece, Holly, who's preparing for her upcoming wedding. Running the shop herself after her husband's death a year prior exhausts Violet, so she hires Holly, surprising herself by hoping to have more chances for her path to cross with Devon’s. In the meantime, a secret admirer leaves Violet messages in the language of flowers. Her heart blossoms to the sentiments within. She’s torn between her growing attraction for Devon and her admirer, or are they one in the same? Journalist Frankie Dermot, an old classmate and flame of Violet’s, comes back to town. Violet enlists his help in her search for the truth about Roger’s death. But when they uncover who's really responsible for her husband's passing one year prior, Violet is shocked. Will Violet shut herself off from newfound love, or will she allow her past vow to her deceased husband to dictate her future and keep her from the man who wins her heart? Readers of Christian historical fiction and Christian historical romance with a twist of mystery will find their hearts set aflutter by Violet’s tale of discovering romance and be inspired by her path to grace.


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A springtime novella of a secret love and a passionate vow In the late 1890s, intuitive flower shop owner Violet Brooks opens up her heart and business to the Moore family but yet has vowed to get justice for her deceased husband, Roger, whom she believed had died as a result of bucking the Moore lumber company. Handsome lumberbaron Devon Moore frequents Violet's shop with A springtime novella of a secret love and a passionate vow In the late 1890s, intuitive flower shop owner Violet Brooks opens up her heart and business to the Moore family but yet has vowed to get justice for her deceased husband, Roger, whom she believed had died as a result of bucking the Moore lumber company. Handsome lumberbaron Devon Moore frequents Violet's shop with his niece, Holly, who's preparing for her upcoming wedding. Running the shop herself after her husband's death a year prior exhausts Violet, so she hires Holly, surprising herself by hoping to have more chances for her path to cross with Devon’s. In the meantime, a secret admirer leaves Violet messages in the language of flowers. Her heart blossoms to the sentiments within. She’s torn between her growing attraction for Devon and her admirer, or are they one in the same? Journalist Frankie Dermot, an old classmate and flame of Violet’s, comes back to town. Violet enlists his help in her search for the truth about Roger’s death. But when they uncover who's really responsible for her husband's passing one year prior, Violet is shocked. Will Violet shut herself off from newfound love, or will she allow her past vow to her deceased husband to dictate her future and keep her from the man who wins her heart? Readers of Christian historical fiction and Christian historical romance with a twist of mystery will find their hearts set aflutter by Violet’s tale of discovering romance and be inspired by her path to grace.

30 review for Violet’s Vow

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paula Shreckhise

    Violet has made a vow to find out what was behind her husband’s death. She owns Fragrant Sentiments, a flower shop in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in 1891. I love the parts of poems that introduce each chapter. They are all about love and flowers, a language Violet is well versed in and lends to her suggestions to customers which flowers would best suit the situation. Since her husband, Roger, died in a freak accident, she has run the shop alone. Enter Holly and her uncle Devon Moore, seeking flowe Violet has made a vow to find out what was behind her husband’s death. She owns Fragrant Sentiments, a flower shop in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in 1891. I love the parts of poems that introduce each chapter. They are all about love and flowers, a language Violet is well versed in and lends to her suggestions to customers which flowers would best suit the situation. Since her husband, Roger, died in a freak accident, she has run the shop alone. Enter Holly and her uncle Devon Moore, seeking flowers for an upcoming wedding. Violet hires Holly to help in the shop and thereby a relationship blooms with Devon. Violet starts to receive beautifully penned love notes. The trouble is, she can’t figure out who her secret admirer is. She narrows it down to three likely men: Devon, a wealthy lumber baron, Webster, her delivery man and helper at her gardens, and Frankie, whom she knew when she was younger and who is visiting his mother. This was a well written story that moves along with some intrigue and some soul searching and a likable faith thread. *I received a complimentary ebook copy from the author. I was not required to give a favorable review. All opinions are my own.*

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Bochman

    One of the things I like best about Knipfer's writing is her memorable characters. In each and every book she writes I find new friends that I'm not ready to release once the story concludes. Her latest novella, Violet's Vow, is no exception. The second book in Knipfer's Botanical Seasons series, readers can anticipate a sweet story with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. As the characters weave their way into your heart, the plot thickens at each step, engraving itself upon your hear One of the things I like best about Knipfer's writing is her memorable characters. In each and every book she writes I find new friends that I'm not ready to release once the story concludes. Her latest novella, Violet's Vow, is no exception. The second book in Knipfer's Botanical Seasons series, readers can anticipate a sweet story with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. As the characters weave their way into your heart, the plot thickens at each step, engraving itself upon your heart and imagination. Full of color, meaning, and discovery, Violet's Vow is a story sure to impress!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walsh

    A Sweet and Suspenseful Love Story Times are hard for Violet since her husband died over a year ago. It's not easy for a woman to operate a floral shop alone inthe 1890s. When Holly visits the shop, accompanied by her handsome and sweet uncle, she insists on becoming Violet's shop assistant. This is the beginning of so many changes for Violet, including a string of love notes left by a secret admirer. I enjoyed getting to know Violet and the people in her life. A charming read! A Sweet and Suspenseful Love Story Times are hard for Violet since her husband died over a year ago. It's not easy for a woman to operate a floral shop alone inthe 1890s. When Holly visits the shop, accompanied by her handsome and sweet uncle, she insists on becoming Violet's shop assistant. This is the beginning of so many changes for Violet, including a string of love notes left by a secret admirer. I enjoyed getting to know Violet and the people in her life. A charming read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ksenia

    “She sniffed the manly smell of clove, amber, and bergamot on him, a welcome blend.” —Jenny Knipfer, Violet’s Vow Exquisite read! Violet’s Vow delighted me with a 19th century ambience, delicate floral accents and a sip of suspense. Violet, the owner of a flower shop with a beautiful name, Fragrant Sentiments, had made a vow to seek out the man responsible for her husband’s tragic death and make him pay for his crime. One day, she received a love note from a secret admirer. Violet held feelings f “She sniffed the manly smell of clove, amber, and bergamot on him, a welcome blend.” —Jenny Knipfer, Violet’s Vow Exquisite read! Violet’s Vow delighted me with a 19th century ambience, delicate floral accents and a sip of suspense. Violet, the owner of a flower shop with a beautiful name, Fragrant Sentiments, had made a vow to seek out the man responsible for her husband’s tragic death and make him pay for his crime. One day, she received a love note from a secret admirer. Violet held feelings for one gentleman, but first, she was not sure if he was the one to send her the love note, and second, she suspected that he himself or someone from his company was guilty of her husband’s deadly injury. Now, more than ever, Violet’s heart demanded the fulfilment of the vow. And what she discovered made my hair stand on end!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Howeler

    Jenny Knipfer has a way of melodically weaving a story through well-written prose that takes you into the past, a world she easily strolls through in her latest historical novella Violet’s Vow. The story of Violet takes the reader on an emotional journey as Violet navigates loss, anger, and love after the unexpected death of her husband, Roger. Violet knows how her husband died but throughout the book, she feels she must find out why her husband died. Was it truly an accident, or was there someth Jenny Knipfer has a way of melodically weaving a story through well-written prose that takes you into the past, a world she easily strolls through in her latest historical novella Violet’s Vow. The story of Violet takes the reader on an emotional journey as Violet navigates loss, anger, and love after the unexpected death of her husband, Roger. Violet knows how her husband died but throughout the book, she feels she must find out why her husband died. Was it truly an accident, or was there something more sinister at play? No matter the reason behind his death, his loss has left Violet insecure and unsure of her future, which she thought would involve running the flower shop she and Roger owned together, into their old age. When Violet begins to receive love notes I was pulled into the mystery of who has feelings for her and why they aren’t telling her in person. As I continued the journey with Violet, I also began to wonder which man in her life I wanted to have written the letters, since each one seemed to have something suspect about their past. As in her other books, Jenny uses poetic language to create a story worth following to the end. There is heartbreak yet hope within the pages of each book she writes, and Violet’s Vow is no different.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Page Journeys

    I could visualize the beautiful blooms and smell the lovely aromas in Violet's cozy floral shop, Fragrant Sentiments. Set in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in the 1890s, Violet's Vow is second in Knipfer's Botanical Seasons series. With a floral theme prominent throughout the book, verses of poems about flowers and love introduce each chapter and Violet's story. Violet is a widow who works hard in her shop while striving to find the truth behind her husband's death. She is challenged by the business I could visualize the beautiful blooms and smell the lovely aromas in Violet's cozy floral shop, Fragrant Sentiments. Set in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in the 1890s, Violet's Vow is second in Knipfer's Botanical Seasons series. With a floral theme prominent throughout the book, verses of poems about flowers and love introduce each chapter and Violet's story. Violet is a widow who works hard in her shop while striving to find the truth behind her husband's death. She is challenged by the business aspects of working with her flowers, but she perseveres and designs with love. Knipfer incorporates the mysteries of both a secret admirer and lumber industry happenings in her swiftly flowing and pleasing plot. Knipfer has a tradition of writing engaging Christian historical fiction, with strong female leads and ambience of the locale and time period. Although Violet's Vow is a petite size, it is plentiful with anticipation, faith, love, and delicate floral beauty. My thanks go to Jenny Knipfer for an advance reader's copy of this novella, and the opportunity to provide my own review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Wetzel

    Violet’s Vow by Jenny Knipfer is the second book in her Botanical Seasons Series. This is another heartwarming story by Knipfer that will touch your heart. Knipfer has another well written story about love, trust, acceptance, forgiveness and even some mystery. She writes historical fiction with the most wonderful and real characters new and old. This is Violets story and you will be able to see if she can let go of a vow and accept what is presenting right in front of her?!?! I highly recommend Violet’s Vow by Jenny Knipfer is the second book in her Botanical Seasons Series. This is another heartwarming story by Knipfer that will touch your heart. Knipfer has another well written story about love, trust, acceptance, forgiveness and even some mystery. She writes historical fiction with the most wonderful and real characters new and old. This is Violets story and you will be able to see if she can let go of a vow and accept what is presenting right in front of her?!?! I highly recommend this wonderful story and all her books! She will not disappoint. Thank you Jenny Knipfer for an advanced copy of this novella in exchange for my honest opinion. #violetsvow #jennyknipfer #arc #historicalfiction

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    Violet Brooks remembered how she and her husband Roger were happy working together operating a flower shop. They both loved flowers and creating arrangements for their customers. But more than a year ago, Roger died, and Violet vowed she would find who was responsible. She wondered if she would be able to save the floral shop. One day she discovered a note signed "Secret Admirer." Would she find love again? Who could have written such a note? Was it a high school friend she recently became reacq Violet Brooks remembered how she and her husband Roger were happy working together operating a flower shop. They both loved flowers and creating arrangements for their customers. But more than a year ago, Roger died, and Violet vowed she would find who was responsible. She wondered if she would be able to save the floral shop. One day she discovered a note signed "Secret Admirer." Would she find love again? Who could have written such a note? Was it a high school friend she recently became reacquainted with? Or was it someone else? (Spoiler alert: When two customers enter the shop one day, some readers will recognize the persons from Knipfer's first book in the Botanical Series. Knowing these people adds to the charm of the story.) As in her past books, Jenny Knipfer writes with conviction to entertain, encourage and inspire the reader. I am grateful to have an advanced reader copy from Jenny.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lori Olson

    Violet's Vow is an enjoyable read. Being a novella, it didn't take long. The downside? I wish it was longer. I enjoyed all the flower references and it had me looking up different flowers and meanings on my computer. A whole new world out there! As an older woman, I liked the fact that Violet was also a bit older and had some "baggage" that she had to deal with in her life before progressing in her relationship. Add in a bit on mystery and it's a wonderful book. Violet's Vow is an enjoyable read. Being a novella, it didn't take long. The downside? I wish it was longer. I enjoyed all the flower references and it had me looking up different flowers and meanings on my computer. A whole new world out there! As an older woman, I liked the fact that Violet was also a bit older and had some "baggage" that she had to deal with in her life before progressing in her relationship. Add in a bit on mystery and it's a wonderful book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna Shaw

    Wisconsin, 1891: After 12 years of marriage, Violet and Roger’s dream of opening a flower shop became a reality. Unfortunately, Roger died in what was determined to be an accident. Violet didn’t believe it was an accident and made a vow to find justice for Roger’s death. A year later, Violet begins receiving love notes from a secret admirer and has narrowed her suspicions down to 3 men. Secrets are revealed in the course of the identity of the admirer. This lovely Christian book is filled with i Wisconsin, 1891: After 12 years of marriage, Violet and Roger’s dream of opening a flower shop became a reality. Unfortunately, Roger died in what was determined to be an accident. Violet didn’t believe it was an accident and made a vow to find justice for Roger’s death. A year later, Violet begins receiving love notes from a secret admirer and has narrowed her suspicions down to 3 men. Secrets are revealed in the course of the identity of the admirer. This lovely Christian book is filled with information about flowers, their meanings and a sweet, mysterious love story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Layton

    This book starts out with flowers and has flowers throughout. A very touching story with many twists and turns in it. It makes you want to keep turning the pages to find out what comes next. It’s a live story and mystery all filled into one. I receueces a copy of this ebook from the author in exchange for my own honest review. Jenny had once again put out a great book and I’m looking forward to reading more. These are my own opinions

  12. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn Foreman

    Having tragically lost her husband, Roger, Violet continued to run the successful flower shop they had established together. But who was sending her love notes - Frankie from her past? Webster, her long time employee? Or Devon, the dashing uncle of Holly, her assistant? Can she let go of her vow to avenge Roger’s death and embrace a future with someone else? An intriguing story with a touch of mystery and romance you are sure to love!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mary Mccauley

    I love flowers and a story in this book took me back to picking violets with my mom in the woods. This is a touching story filled with many twists and turns. You can picture the settings and get to know the characters. Well done Jenny. I highly recommend this as well asbthe others by this author.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Patti Wolf

    As delightful read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Woodkey

    What a delightful, springtime read. Violet was a sweet, widowed lady, that owned a flower shop. She felt her husbands death was not accidental and vowed to find out what really happened. The characters that are introduced in the book all play a part in the discovery of what really happened to her husband. I loved this historical, inspirational novella about romance, flowers, and mystery. The author has a way of describing the characters, their attire, as well as the flowers, so vividly. It kept What a delightful, springtime read. Violet was a sweet, widowed lady, that owned a flower shop. She felt her husbands death was not accidental and vowed to find out what really happened. The characters that are introduced in the book all play a part in the discovery of what really happened to her husband. I loved this historical, inspirational novella about romance, flowers, and mystery. The author has a way of describing the characters, their attire, as well as the flowers, so vividly. It kept me fascinated and curious up to the end and I would highly recommend this short novella for anyone that enjoys a delightful, Christian read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ann's Reading Corner

    A very touching story about a widow who is searching for closure for her husband's death. Very enjoyable. I didn't connect as well with the heroine but that is just a personal preference. Sry well written. I will read more by this author A very touching story about a widow who is searching for closure for her husband's death. Very enjoyable. I didn't connect as well with the heroine but that is just a personal preference. Sry well written. I will read more by this author

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Another well-written novella by Jenny! The romance and mystery are arranged amidst the imagery and poetry of flowers. Not only was the storyline engaging and intriguing, the background of florals and a lovely flower shop was a delight to my mind’s eye! So much beauty was woven into this novella! I love the threads of Holly’s continuing story being knit into Violet’s world, dilemma and resolution! It was especially delightful to read as I long for spring to fully arrive here in Colorado! I’m runn Another well-written novella by Jenny! The romance and mystery are arranged amidst the imagery and poetry of flowers. Not only was the storyline engaging and intriguing, the background of florals and a lovely flower shop was a delight to my mind’s eye! So much beauty was woven into this novella! I love the threads of Holly’s continuing story being knit into Violet’s world, dilemma and resolution! It was especially delightful to read as I long for spring to fully arrive here in Colorado! I’m running out to buy flowers today! If only I could run to Violets shop and have a little conversation with her about the meaning of the flowers in my bouquet!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I loved this book, the slight mystery, the friendships, the flowers and the love that developed! Well written, this book kept me interested all the way through! I loved the main character and her sister it reminded me of my sister and I. The love story woven throughout the book was sweet!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    Violet's Vow is a fascinating story. She has vowed to avenge the death of her husband and keep her flower shop going. There's a bit of mystery, too, because she starts receiving notes from a secret admirer. I found myself trying to figure out who it was, but I kept second guessing myself. I loved reading about the bond that Holly (from book 1 in this series) and Violet were creating. Violet's Vow is a fascinating story. She has vowed to avenge the death of her husband and keep her flower shop going. There's a bit of mystery, too, because she starts receiving notes from a secret admirer. I found myself trying to figure out who it was, but I kept second guessing myself. I loved reading about the bond that Holly (from book 1 in this series) and Violet were creating.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Fritts

    Wonderful story!! Violet's Vow is a heartwarming, delightful, and a heartfelt story. It has some twist,turns, and a little bit of mystery. It is wonderful written. I loved the characters and has a wonderful storyline. Wonderful story!! Violet's Vow is a heartwarming, delightful, and a heartfelt story. It has some twist,turns, and a little bit of mystery. It is wonderful written. I loved the characters and has a wonderful storyline.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Grewe

    I really enjoyed this sweet novella. The romance is innocent and there are mysteries that kept me engaged.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erralee Hendrian

    Violet is the star of this story with lots of things to sort out in life and has a wonderful business she enjoys. There is mystery, romance, and some really lovely moments. I loved the characters in this story and having characters from the last story involved in a way that you don't have to read the last story to enjoy this one was nice. This story moves along at a good pace and kept my interest well. Violet is the star of this story with lots of things to sort out in life and has a wonderful business she enjoys. There is mystery, romance, and some really lovely moments. I loved the characters in this story and having characters from the last story involved in a way that you don't have to read the last story to enjoy this one was nice. This story moves along at a good pace and kept my interest well.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Schroller

    Lovely addition to the Botanical Seasons series I'm always happy to read one of Jenny Knipfer's stories about strong female characters in relatable circumstances. Violet's Vow is just as charming as Holly's Homecoming, the first novella in the series. Lovely addition to the Botanical Seasons series I'm always happy to read one of Jenny Knipfer's stories about strong female characters in relatable circumstances. Violet's Vow is just as charming as Holly's Homecoming, the first novella in the series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lana Burton

    This precious book, just chock full of amazing, interesting facts about all types of flowers, as well as people and personalities, was such a wonderful respite for me to read! It was so different and such a rewarding book for me to read! The main character, Violet, is a recent widow, who owns and operates a florist shop called “Fragrant Sentiments”. She has vowed to find the person who killed her husband. This vow is a heavy onus for her to bear. Suddenly, there comes to the shop one day a young This precious book, just chock full of amazing, interesting facts about all types of flowers, as well as people and personalities, was such a wonderful respite for me to read! It was so different and such a rewarding book for me to read! The main character, Violet, is a recent widow, who owns and operates a florist shop called “Fragrant Sentiments”. She has vowed to find the person who killed her husband. This vow is a heavy onus for her to bear. Suddenly, there comes to the shop one day a young bride to be, along with her uncle, a Mr. Moore, of THE Moore lumber company. Violet is almost certain that one of the lumber company men who threatened her husband, also set the animal trap, which her husband caught his leg in, causing him to later die from blood poisoning. She goes ahead and plans Holly’s wedding flowers and bouquets with them. But, almost as soon as they leave her flower shop, her old boyfriend from elementary school shows up and is interested in Violet, since both of them have lost their spouses. He is there , from Chicago, visiting his very ill mother, but he works for a big newspaper company. So, Violet gets him to do some tracking down of the person who bought the trap that killed her husband. Also, at this time, Violet starts receiving love notes which are stuck through the mail slot in her door almost every day. Who could it be? Then, the little bride to be says she would love to help work around the shop 3 mornings a week, and her uncle, Mr. Devon Moore brings her to work and picks her up every time!! Boy, does Violet have a lot to figure out!! She’s got a gardener, Webster, who has worked with them since he was in high school, who does all of her watering, moving dirt, and even waters her flowers at her home. Even “Web” has been acting a little bit strange lately! But, he’s way too young for her, so he couldn’t be writing those love letters! Now, Violet has a helper in Holly, but she’s still so swamped, and here comes her sister, Gwen, unannounced, at the worst possible time, it would seem, and she is sticking her nose into EVERYTHING!! Y’all, I am not going to spoil this fabulous book for you by telling the rest of the story; why then you wouldn’t need to buy it! Lol I promise, you will absolutely fall in love with the characters and the twists and turns of this amazing book by Jenny Knipfer!! I would give it 10 stars if I could!! 💜💚💜💚💜⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  25. 4 out of 5

    Annette

    My Thoughts: Life is so serious at this time. It feels good to read a light romance with a light mystery. Light is my definition of a story that I don’t need to figure out or think too hard about the characters, plot, and overall storyline. I can sit back and enjoy reading. The first reason why I love Violet’s Vow is the character, Violet. She is kind, polite, hardworking, and compassionate. She is a lady. She is also a person who thinks. She ponders things. She is not impulsive. She does not imme My Thoughts: Life is so serious at this time. It feels good to read a light romance with a light mystery. Light is my definition of a story that I don’t need to figure out or think too hard about the characters, plot, and overall storyline. I can sit back and enjoy reading. The first reason why I love Violet’s Vow is the character, Violet. She is kind, polite, hardworking, and compassionate. She is a lady. She is also a person who thinks. She ponders things. She is not impulsive. She does not immediately follow the desires of her heart, but instead she takes the time to try and make the right decision. She is a keen observer of people. She watches their mannerisms and behavior. She pays attention to their language. I love it that she is a businesswoman during an era when not many women owned business or even worked outside the home. I love her age. She is not a young woman but in middle age. She has an independent spirit. I love it that she is wise and discerning. She is not a perfect character because at a point in the story she has missed certain things about a person in her life. You may laugh at this point but kissing scenes in a story is important to me. Not all authors are able to write a kissing scene in such a way that is pleasant and tender. It is often a hard kiss, or it is like two kids who are just learning to kiss. It does not come across on page as being authentic and real. The kissing scene in this story has sweet passion and tenderness. There is a little life lesson in the story that can easily be missed. To an extent, anytime a person is attracted to another, and they fall in love, there is vulnerability. They are taking a chance in love. They are taking a chance that this relationship will work out and bring joy. It does not matter the age of the people. There is a hunger for closeness and love, yet there is a fear of what if this does not work out. I believe with older people; they bring to the relationship all the past history of other relationships. Young love is well, young love, with less baggage. Violet is a character who is real. Believable. I love this. The conflicts in the story are internal. It is a character driven story. Themes: love, grief, compassion, dreams, hope, charity, trust, romance, and circle of life. Format: E-book. Source: I received a complimentary e-book copy from Jenny Knipfer and BookFunnel. I am not required to write a positive review. Audience: Readers of Christian fiction romance with a little mystery included. Rating: Excellent.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Keren Herrera-Lyles

    As always I'm intrigued with the writing of Jenny Knipfer. She creates beautiful and touching stories. Characters that each share with us their hopes, struggles, love, and Faith. The way she opens each chapter with poetry that includes a flower a unique sweet touch. In this story a young woman Violet is left behind with a questionable task that she holds to bring an answer to the death of her husband. But while she is putting together the answer, she spends her time in her flower shop where the As always I'm intrigued with the writing of Jenny Knipfer. She creates beautiful and touching stories. Characters that each share with us their hopes, struggles, love, and Faith. The way she opens each chapter with poetry that includes a flower a unique sweet touch. In this story a young woman Violet is left behind with a questionable task that she holds to bring an answer to the death of her husband. But while she is putting together the answer, she spends her time in her flower shop where the beauty of each brings hope to her heart. We get to enjoy Holly once again from the first book and the friendship she and Violet create. Her uncle is one of three suspects to the mysterious notes being left for Violet. But there are two more suitors that can be the secret person leaving them. And is within these letters spoken with verses of flowers, that Violet's heart starts to feel the acceptance to another love. I enjoy how the story entwined beautifully within the acceptance, forgiveness, and a beautiful love story that got nourished as flowers are with God's love and hope of a brighter tomorrow. Sprinkled with mystery and flowers you will enjoy it. Author Jenny Knipfer does amazing in creating these stories that speak with meaning. Highly recommend it. One of my many favorite lines..... "Violet counted her blessings like flower petals falling from heaven." I received a ARC from the author. All comments are my own. I received a

  27. 4 out of 5

    Renee Simmons

    I loved Violet’s Vow. Violet and her husband had a dream to open a floral shop, and everything was going well, but when her husband died, she vowed to find out who had killed him. Then, she started getting love letters from a secret admirer! Trying to figure out who was sending the letters, she narrowed it down to 3. But each one had something against them, to make Violent question their love, and at the same time questioning whether or not she was ready for love again, it had been over a year s I loved Violet’s Vow. Violet and her husband had a dream to open a floral shop, and everything was going well, but when her husband died, she vowed to find out who had killed him. Then, she started getting love letters from a secret admirer! Trying to figure out who was sending the letters, she narrowed it down to 3. But each one had something against them, to make Violent question their love, and at the same time questioning whether or not she was ready for love again, it had been over a year since Roger had died. Realizing , she couldn’t make the decisions on her own, she turns to God, and asks for his guidance. Can she, ever let herself love again, and will the truth about Roger’s death hurt her chance to live a happy life? With God’s guidance, and the truth, can she let go ? I highly recommend reading this beautiful story of love, trust, and acceptance and letting go

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deborah K Thompson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Helen

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nettie Ayala

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