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The Barefoot Brides Collection: 7 Eccentric Women Would Sacrifice All-Even Their Shoes-For Their Dreams
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|Title: The Barefoot Brides Collection: 7 Eccentric Women Would Sacrifice All-Even Their Shoes-For Their Dreams|
By: Lori Copeland, CJ Dunham, Cynthia Hickey, Maureen Lang & 3 Others
Number of Pages: 448
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
Stock No: WW226826
Connected to nature and carefree of heart seven historical women would prefer to travel through life without shoes, especially if giving away their only pair would comfort someone else in need. Will these women of faith change their ways under societys pressures and the lure of romance?
Barefoot Hearts by Lori Copeland
Edgars Cove, Arkansas, 1876
Annie Lawson was perfectly content with her life on the banks of the muddy Mississippior so she thought until the man of her dreams, Doctor Gabe Jones, agreed to temporarily fill a void in Edgars Covebut it turned out the void was in Annies heart. Could a simple baseball score decide the answer to a lifetime dream?
Castles in the Sand by CJ Dunham
Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1899
Carefree Jennie Farrow befriends an orphaned baby seal and a crusty old fisherman. When the seal brings gifts from the sea, they recognize something from a missing boat and set out to find the wreck. A man found on a beach has no memory, and Jennie helps to nurse him back to health. But what will become of a budding love when his wealthy family come and whisk him away?
A Teachers Heart by Cynthia Hickey
Ozark Mountains, 1932
Small Town teacher Mary Jo Stevens yearns to make a difference in her community. As a Demonstration Agent for the Arkansas Welfare Department, Bill Wright travels to every hill and hollow in the Ozarks to teach men and women how to make the best of their situations. But he needs the assistance of someone like Mary Jo. Can she trust an outsider who thinks he knows best?
Between the Moments by Maureen Lang
Everyone in town knows Eddie Tucker who lived with the Apache for seven years as a child and now keeps to himselfuntil Mary Elliot arrives in town. As the daughter of missionaries, Mary rejects her grandfathers wealth, preferring to spend time with the poor. The two outsiders have much in common, but will Marys family and Eddies deep wounds keep them apart?
Promise Me Sunday by Cathy Liggett
Adeline McClains mother always preached "to thine own self be true." But when Adeline is orphaned and brought East to live with well-to-do relatives, being herselfcaring, down-to-earth, and often barefootis getting her into trouble. When it comes to love, could Adelines eccentricities cause Everett Brighton to have to choose between Adeline or his inheritance?
Lady Slipper by Kelly Long
Pennsylvanian Appalachia, 1922
Local resident Fern Summerson agrees to help a young missionary distribute shoes to her people, but the journey becomes fraught with tension as Jacob Reynold falls in love with his guide and discovers that her connection with nature is more beautiful than any well shod foot.
Hopes Horizon by Carolyn Zane
Oregon Trail, 1843
Hope Dawson agrees to become engaged to an older man in order to relieve her family of one more mouth to feed. But on the Trail, she is forced to walk while Julius and his mother ride in the wagon. Fellow traveler, William Bradshaw sees her plight, but can he help without losing his heart?
Cynthia Hickey grew up in a family of storytellers and moved around the country a lot as an army brat. Her desire is to write about real, but flawed characters in a wholesome way that her seven children and nine grandchildren can all be proud of. She and her husband live in Arizona where Cynthia is a full-time writer.