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Landon is enamored with Elsie. When Elsie's brother Roman steps in and shares the truth of Elsie's disease, Landon is floored. His job is demanding and takes him away from home, sometimes for days at a time. He wonders how he'd be able to keep up with his responsibilities and take care of Elsie.
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Vendor: Avon Inspire
Publication Date: 2013
Series: Days of Redemption
Eventide is the riveting conclusion to The Days of Redemption trilogy by Shelley Shepard Gray, celebrated author of tender Christian romance novels set in Amish country.
Honest and faithful Elsie Keim falls for her new neighbor, Landon, but she can’t bear to tell him the truth: She’s going blind.
Landon is enamored with Elsie. When Elsie’s brother Roman steps in and shares the truth of Elsie’s disease, Landon is floored. His job is demanding and takes him away from home, sometimes for days at a time. He wonders how he’d be able to keep up with his responsibilities and take care of Elsie.
In Eventide, three generations of the Keim family come together to make their dreams come true.
Shelley Shepard Gray, bestselling author of the Sisters of the Heart books, draws her Days of Redemption trilogy to a heart-warming finish.
Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers prestigious Carol Award, and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full-time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town’s bike trail.
“[A] feel-good winner.”
“A sweet, straightforward story about how love can be tested by family, faith, and personal insecurity. Enjoyable and heartwarming.”
Lovable characters and a good story, full of romance and suspense...a must read.
“...stirs readers’ hearts with an inspiring story of captivating characters.”
“Gray is a talented writer and her well-defined characters and graceful writing bring the Amish ways to life.”