Ginny Markham runs to her aunt's side when she finds out that her favorite person is ill. But at her Aunt Margaret's bedside, she also finds Beemer Douglas, the nephew who her aunt raised after his parents abandoned him. Will Ginny and Beemer have to take care of the person who is "ill," or will they end up taking care of each other? But while marriage is on Aunt Margaret's mind, there are other issues that must be taken care of first. Joyce Livingston, softcover, 170 pages.
When Ginny Markham's favorite aunt asks her to move in with her while she's ill, Ginny jumps at the chance. But when it becomes obvious Aunt Margaret has more up her sleeve than needing help, Ginny worries she might get hurt again. Aunt Margaret has asked her nephew, Beemer Douglas , to do the same thing. He also has come eagerly. Why wouldn't he? His uncle and aunt took him in when his parents abandoned him and raised him as their own. He too discovers that his aunt wants more than his help; she wants to see him married. But before that she longs for him to make his peace with God. What stands in the way of Beemer's doing just that? And will Ginny listen to the Lord and her heart?