As usual, nothing is quite the way Charlotte Carter planned. Several of her foster girls are moving on from Tanglewood, and Charlotte is puzzling over what to do next. Her budding midlife romance with Pastor Jock must endure twists crooked enough to discourage even the most dedicated of Ruby Prairie's matchmakers. Even her attempts at real home-cooking meet with disaster.
Here is the third and final book in the Ruby Prairie series about a small town in Texas and the quirky characters who live there. Life in Ruby Prairie is seen through the eyes of Charlotte, a widow in her mid-thirties who has come to the town to open her home and be a foster mother for girls.
ANNETTE SMITH is a registered nurse as well as a writer and speaker. She has published a number of books, including Coming Home to Ruby Prairie Series, Eden Plain Series, The Whispers of Angels, Stories to Feed Your Soul, Watermelon Days & Firefly Nights, and Homemade Humble Pie & Other Slices of Life. Annette and her husband of over twenty years, Randy, have raised two children and have served as foster parents. They reside in Tyler, Texas.