Celia is searching for her own sense of hope after the tragic death of her closest friend. In 1876, she starts life afresh by taking a job in a Massachusetts bookstore. There she soon catches the eye of not one but two men: the elite but unkempt Edward Lyons and the charming law student Charles Harrod. One is hiding from his past and from God. The other promotes religious belief Celia had never before considered. Both leave Celia wondering if either is right for her.
Engaging historical novel demonstrates how Gods great love can change heartsas well as minds.
After a 19th-century romance novel helped her persevere through a difficult relationship, Ruth Trippy was inspired to pick up her pen to help others. A former high school language arts teacher and Public Service Director at a radio station, Ruth now writes to encourage and inspire others with the love of Christ. She is a member of RWA and ACFW and a frequent participant in critique groups and writing conferences. Ruth and her husband live near Atlanta, Georgia.
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