The Kahills of Willow Walk proves the enduring quality of family and its hope for the future, even when the unexpected and the unthinkable change the dynamics in ways never dreamed possible.
Beginning at the graveside service for patriarch Jedediah Kahill, this continuation of the Kahill family saga finds them struggling to move on after the old man’s passing. Grandson Dawson Kahill feels inadequate to fill Jedediah’s large shoes, even though his wife, Kat, assures him that he has learned well the many lessons taught by his grandfather. But Kat herself isn’t being completely honest. She hides a secret, an intended surprise for Granddad Jedediah that he never knew and that her husband doesn’t want to know.
Neighbor Cannon Fox also harbors a secret, one that will forever change the lives of the Kahill family. The bad blood between the Kahills and the Foxes has charged through the veins of both families for well over a century and shows no signs of changing until a new employee of the Willow Walk Ski Lodge blows the lid off a truth that stuns the Kahills and nearly destroys Kat.
The story follows young Joey Kahill and Molly Anna O’Malley – born on the same traumatic day – through the preschoolers’ antics they lead their parents on a wild chase to keep up with them. Like his beloved great-grandfather, Joey is strong-willed, opinionated, and full of life. Molly Anna shadows his every move, and the two vow to marry one day, despite the fact that Molly Anna won’t let little Joey kiss her. Smiling at the seriousness of the children’s stated intentions, Kat and Dawson know that few plans of early childhood come to fruition and are certain the youngsters will find their separate ways as the years pass.
The stunning conclusion to volume three in the Kahill family saga takes the story full circle and leaves the door open just a crack should author S. K. Hamilton want one day to write yet another story about this fascinating West Virginia family.
The magnificent old mansion of Willow Walk stood through generations of ownership by the Kahill family of Wheeling, West Virginia. It survived the war between the states. If walls could talk, oh the tales the old homestead could tell—secrets, life, death, births, love, hate, loses, triumphs, madness…
So… if you want to meet the skeletons in WillowWalk’s closet, pull up a chair, open the book, and let The Kahills of Willow Walk wisk you through pages of mystery, suspense, romance, intrigue and secrets. You will learn that Granddad Jedediah runs a tight ship as patriarch of the old homestead. The secrets— well—you’ll just have to read the books.
The Kahills of Willow Walk
Novel, By S.K. Hamilton
Click through to purchase this book: