CHARACTER PROFILE - Grace McAdams
Grace McAdams is the grandmother of the McAdams siblings.
NAME: Grace McAdams (deceased)
DATE OF BIRTH:
BORN IN: Willow Valley
LIVES IN: Willow Valley
SERIES: The McAdams Sisters
HAIR COLOR/STYLE: Wavy Silver Hair
EYE COLOR: Brown
MANNER OF DRESS: Casual
CHILDREN: Annabelle McAdams
PASTIMES: Baking, family time, knitting
FAVORITE FOOD: Pie
GRAN'S GRANDKIDS LOVESTORIES
Prior to Lakeshore Secrets, here is a dip into the wonderfully admired and loved Grace (Gran) McAdams, during a meal with her family.
Love you Gran xoxo
Rocking slowly with one foot, her hands busy connecting stitches, a light tune humming from her lips while watching the six most important people in her life, her so and five grandchildren, busied themselves preparing a meal and setting the table while sipping on wine and their mouths all spilling news at once.
Only holidays gathered these wonderful people into one place together. Sure they all saw each other here and there and with only this person or that but altogether in the last eight years were memories only holidays could create. And a good last memory it would be.
Her finger slipped and her hand clenched in pain. A physical pain that didn’t compare to the emotional pain, the guilt, she felt for not creating these bonding moments sooner. For not keeping these girls closer together and taking care of a lost father who only needed time and support. None of which she’d done for years.
But, the loss of a daughter and the suspicion of a town was too overwhelming to evade, until that little spark and youngest granddaughter, Abby, laughing with a huge loving smile and large round eyes, winked her way, every time their eyes met, could no longer handle life without guidance.
It was that moment, years ago, in the dead of night, on a cold evening, when Abby showed up, a lost soul, that she’d realized although her daughters mysterious death was important, so was the family she left behind.
Now, with the silent killer creeping quickly through her body, she had to bring these girls back together and not just for holidays. They all had to forget the past that plagued them and face the future together head-on, together and stronger, without her.
Her time had run out to solve her daughter’s mystery and she certainly didn’t expect to put that burden on her grandchildren. Together, those girls would be able to take over the world; or at the very least the town they ran from. They needed each other, especially the youngest and especially in the months to follow.