Jedediah Wenger lost his family to an Englishe drunk driver. He has yet to put his life back together including the long-forgotten courting of the Bishop’s daughter, Felicity Troyer. When he’s suddenly faced with the task of helping the fading mid-western town of Prosperity survive, he realizes the task is greater than the town or the District can overcome.
Hearing about Prosperity through a ragtag ham radio, the remnants of the Government sends U.S. Cavalry Captain Jimmy Flanagan to protect the town which has evolved into a symbol of hope for all of America. His nagging concerns about his family in Nebraska keep him restless where he would otherwise find contentment.
What reviewers are saying;
I believe this is for me the best Amish Fiction book I have read, within its pages it contains the reality of war, the amazing force of God’s hand in love and guidance, and a love story like no other. (Paperback and Goodreads)
This book was so hard to put down.
She’s little—but don’t call her that to her face.
He doesn’t care for ice cream.
She makes and sells it for a living.
He loves kids.
She doesn’t—unless they’re the goat variety.
He bought the property she wanted.
She now has a new neighbor.
What could possibly go wrong?
Victor Barrett is becoming more and more enamored with the diminutive owner of The Creamery, but to say Libby Larkin is less than thrilled with his plans for a boys’ camp next door to her home is putting it mildly. Experience has made her wary of teenagers at best and fearful of them at worst. Can Victor convince Libby to step out of her comfort zone and give him and his boys a chance, or is their relationship doomed from the start?
What reviewers are saying:
LOVED this book:
I loved that the characters went to church…every time the doors were open.
I loved that they spoke of God to each other, and spoke to God in prayer from their hearts.
I have been waiting for this book for ages! It was worth the wait! Clari Dees has become one of my most favorite authors.
Anxiety and loneliness grasp Claire Wycoff’s shattered heart and mind in the wake of her parents’ unexpected deaths. A peculiar riddle discovered in their safe deposit box leads her to a small town on the coast of Maine. Not long after arriving in Lone Spruce Cove, the talented young woman accepts the opportunity to create a mosaic in the recently vandalized vestibule of the local church. After her handsome landlord introduces her to the beautiful, gemlike pieces of sea glass found on Maine’s beaches, she becomes mesmerized by the ocean-tossed treasures and decides to use sea glass in the mosaic. Her heart breaks anew with the revelation that she can never have the man she falls in love with. Then the discovery of her family’s troubled past and solving the mysterious riddle plunge her life into danger. Can faith in God give her the inner peace she craves? Can the tossed shards of her life ever be turned into something treasured like a frosted piece of sea glass?
What reviewers are saying:
The heart and small-town charm were lovely, and the seaside and mystery made it that much better of a read.
I felt like I was in Lone Spruce Cove watching Claire move from being lonely and afraid! To being surrounded by friends and God’s love. With the right amount of suspense as she tries to solve the riddle that took her to Maine in the first place! This book held my attention from beginning to end!
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