“If you’re with me, Denise, I can promise you there is nothing in this mess we cannot fix.”
When veteran rehabbers Denise and Greg Broadwater purchase a dilapidated Charleston Cottage in a sketchy part of town for less than the value of the lot, they soon uncover complications they didn’t bargain for—both in the house and in their relationship. As a licensed counselor, Denise thought she could handle anything that came up in their 30-year marriage. However, she didn’t plan on open dirt floors, a creepy bathroom or wildlife in her kitchen, and that’s just for starters. Heartfelt and humorous, dramatic and down-to-earth, A House With Holes is a memoir with a message as Denise compares the house renovation to her adjustments as a new empty-nester.
Denise M. Broadwater, LPC, M.A., M.Ed. is a licensed professional counselor with a private practice is in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. A Christian integrationist in her approach, she works with couples, families and youth. Denise and the love of her life, her husband Greg, have been married for more than thirty years. They have three adult children and recently became grandparents. Denise and Greg continue to live in Charleston, South Carolina, where she sings in her church choir. Besides writing, her other hobbies include quilting and, more recently, rowing. Visit her website at DeniseBroadwater.com.