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Stray Affections: A Novel - eBook Snowglobe Connections Series #1
WaterBrook Press / 2009 / ePub
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Charlene Ann Baumbich takes us to a town populated with characters so delightfully quirky they must be real and shows us the power of love and forgiveness. Even the tiniest miracle is still a gift from God. Joan Medlicott, author of The Ladies of Covington Send Their Love, first in the nine book Covington Series
Do you believe in mystery? After reading Stray Affections, you will understand that the Almighty works in mysterious ways! Charlene Ann Baumbich creates mystical meaning from a snow globe, canine friends, and an intriguing cast of characters. A real treat. Angela Hunt, author of Doesnt She Look Natural
A tender story by a writer who understands the magic of second chances and the redeeming power of unconditional love. Lisa Wingate, national best-selling author of Tending Roses and Word Gets Around
Through a handful of wonderfully imperfect and vulnerable characters, some unforgettable four-legged companions, and one extraordinary treasure a simple snowglobe Charlene Ann Baumbich unfolds a story that shows us the strength of hope and faith, of forgiveness and acceptance, and above all else, the resilience of the human spirit. Stray Affections is a heart-warming, delightful read. Gail Fraser, author of The Lumby Lines, Stealing Lumby, and Lumbys Bounty
Stray Affections is a story so joyous and so magical that it should come with a warning label: Do not pick up this book unless you, like Cassie and the unforgettable characters who are part of her world, are prepared for a journey that will change your life! Cassandra King, author of The Sunday Wife
Inspirational novelist Baumbich (Dearest Dorothy series) presents readers with a lovely story of forgiveness, restoration and a dash of hopeful whimsy thrown in for pure pleasure. Baumbich, whose nonfiction is frequently self-deprecating and thoroughly comedic, offers her fiction fans a tale that is flurrious with the unexpected and unimagined as Cassandra Higgins, mom to four young boys and day-care provider, sets upon a course of self-discovery after purchasing a snow globe. Cassandra, whose father committed suicide and whose mother barely, and bitterly so, continues to face life one day at a time, revisits her childhood pain as she gazes into this glass globe containing three dogs and a girl resembling herself. This young mother realizes that even with a loving husband, children and a life absent of any major catastrophe, the past continues to wield a mighty force that shapes present-day attitudes and lingering emotional afflictions. Baumbich reaches deep into the hearts recesses, but does so with the precision of the most skilled emotional physician. For that, her readers will feel nothing but gratitude. (Sept.) Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
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