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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
Availability: In Stock
Series: Tucker Mills Trilogy
This first book in the Tucker
Mills Trilogy from beloved author Lori Wick follows Jace
Randall as he leaves his childhood home to help his Uncle Woody Randall run the
saw mill in Token Creek. Jace diligently focuses on
work until he meets the visiting niece of local storekeepers. Jace pursues her until she finally agrees to attend a
picnic with him and take a chance.
But before the relationship has a strong foundation, the
couple separates because of gossip fueled by Jace's
sister. Later, when she admits her wrongdoing and shares her testimony of a new
faith, the couple must decide whether to try again. Will the sister's example
of faith and transformation be enough to restore broken dreams?