Set in the 1930’s you follow Benji a
scarred farmhand for a family with a mischievous middle
daughter, Molly. Benji was in fact scarred on the farm
during an accident. What Benji doesn’t know is that Molly
has been silently drawn to him for years but thinks that
since he doesn’t show her the same flirtatious side as some
of the other hands have that he doesn’t like her that way.
Benji has a side hobby; he is an artist
and his favorite subject is Molly. The only thing is that
Molly is unaware of his drawings until one afternoon when
she finds them by accident. Now she is going to set out to
find her secret admirer, secretly hoping it is Benji.
What will happen when love letters lead
to an amazing encounter through the barn wall? And what
tricks does Molly have up her sleeve?
I found Through the Woodwork to be a very
sweet story with an added spice at the end. I loved how Ms.
Nichols was able to paint the mental picture of the loving
but shy Benji so that there was nothing I wanted more than
to see him get the girl. I think for those who like an old
fashioned story with a sexy twist at the end then you need
to pick up Through the Woodwork.