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But just when Gina thinks she has the town figured out, a secret is revealed that will forever change her family and her relationship to the mysterious Brady.
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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
Availability: In Stock
Popular fiction author Sally John's first series The Other Way Home (more than 65,000 copies sold) comes to
life with a fresh, new cover for a new audience of readers.
In A Journey by Chance, the first book of the series, Dr. Gina Philips heads from Southern California to the tiny Midwest town of
Valley Oaks for her cousin's wedding. Her plan to heal from a failed relationship and escape from a lost job is interrupted by the persistent attention of a
local, Brady, and the quirkiness of small town America.
But just when Gina thinks she has the town figured out, a secret is revealed that will forever change her family and her relationship to
the mysterious Brady.
This novel of romance and healing turns first impressions on end as Gina finds inspiration in the faith of others and joy in her own growing
relationship with the Lord.
Donna WHamilton, OHAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Really enjoyed this sreies of books.July 22, 2012Donna WHamilton, OHAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I had never read author Sally Johns' books and thought I would give this series a try. For me, a good book is one that I want to hang on to and read again.... this series will definitely be read again before I pass them on to the local library.
Ruth3 Stars Out Of 5August 20, 2009RuthCan't quite figure out why, but had a hard time reading this book.I just was given the 2nd one. Hope it is easier to get into.Is there a review of # 3 and # 4?Perhaps that would help me sort things out. Also I am on the conservative side and some of the "dress" descriptions?The situation with the "friend" of Gina's mother? Real-life marriages have fallen apart over much less than that. Too close to unfaithfulness.