Ann Grant is in a rut. Her grandson just got married to the love of his life, and as a widow, Ann is now all alone, living in her little house in South Haven, Michigan. Then her best friend deserts Ann, and she can’t help but wonder what God has planned for the rest of her life. At almost seventy-years-old, is Ann’s life over?
Then Ann decides to step out in faith and go with her grandchildren to Scotland to stay at the sheep farm of her new granddaughter’s grandfather and meet the man himself–Sandy Murray. Never in her wildest dreams could Ann have envisioned what God had waiting for her in a small fishing village on the west coast of Scotland.
A story of faith, lost loves, and the undying legacy of family and home God has given to each of us–and a firm reminder that no matter what our ages, God isn’t finished with us yet.
What readers are saying:
Absolutely loved this book. The descriptions took me back to my trip to Scotland. I loved the characters and the story line. It is my favorite of all RUTH Kyser’s books.
I never hesitate to buy the newest book of Ruth Kyser. Still, ‘Oatcakes, Tea, and Me’ is one of the warmer stories I have ever read. Love is most important ingredient, forgiveness follows right behind. Further, it gives a very nice picture of Scotland. I would fly right away if I could.