Interior decorating student Cornelia Copely returns from college to a home she barely recognizes; a run-down house replaces her beloved childhood home; her mother is sick in a hospital; and her older brother. Carey, is running wild. Determined not to let her home slip away forever, Cornelia makes plans to repair the damage. But all she has is a strong-willed faith to work with. Just as the situation begins to worsen, a wealthy gentleman offers unexpected help. Arthur Maxwell seems just the man Cornelia needs to fulfill her plans to re-create her home. But will he manage to rescue Carey from disaster?
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 320 Vendor: Barbour Publishing ISBN: 1616266562
ISBN-13: 9781616266561 Availability: In Stock Series:Love Endures
A horrified Cornelia Copely cannot believe her eyes! The home she left for college is no longer what she remembers when she returns. Her nearly destitute family now lives in a run-down clapboard house, and Cornelia finds herself a stranger to her siblings. To make matters worse, her older brother has become reckless and rebellious. Cornelia quickly makes plans to repair her broken home, but it isn’t easy, far from it. Will her strong-willed faith allow Cornelia to make her family whole again? When a wealthy gentleman offers help, will he be enough to save her family from disaster?
GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL (1865–1947) is known as the pioneer of Christian romance. Grace wrote over one hundred faith-inspired books during her lifetime. When her first husband died, leaving her with two daughters to raise, writing became a way to make a living, but she always recognized storytelling as a way to share her faith in God. She has touched countless lives through the years and continues to touch lives today. Her books feature moving stories, delightful characters, and love in its purest form.
Grace Livingston Hill began writing stories in 1877 at the tender age of twelve and didn’t stop until her death in 1947. But what may be more amazing is that she has sold over 84 million copies and is still loved by young and old alike.