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Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Singing River
Lanie Freeman and her siblings have survived the Great Depression without their father. They are convinced that he has been unjustly imprisoned. Lanies strong-willed sister, Maeva, runs away to Los Angeles to find the one woman in a city of thousands who can prove their fathers innocence. Nothing Lanie says can deter Maeva from her mission. Even as her family seems to be unraveling, Lanies dream of writing becomes a reality. Lanie is on the verge of becoming a published author. Amid the excitement, she still feels a deep longing for something more, a yearning for love, a home, and a family of her own. When two suitors propose, it does nothing to quiet her heart. Lanie resigns herself to leave Maevas safety and her fathers future in Gods hands. But can she trust God to show her the right man and the right plan for her life?
Karen Geiger5 Stars Out Of 5January 3, 2008Karen GeigerThis book was most fitting to end the series with. Every book in the series was great reading. I throughly enjoyed following the Freeman family thru good and bad.
Arlene Meyer4 Stars Out Of 5November 22, 2007Arlene MeyerVery good series of books by Gilbert Morris. Good story line that keeps you interested from book to book. This family faces a different set of circumstances than has been addressed in other books. It shows how a family can overcome trials if they rely on God and work together.
Felicia Brown3 Stars Out Of 5November 2, 2007Felicia BrownThe story was well written and held my attention. In fact, I found myself laughing out loud at some of the antics of the Freeman family. Overall a good book.
Judith Jordan5 Stars Out Of 5November 1, 2007Judith JordanOnce again, Gilbert Morris has written an excellent book which chronicles the life of Lanie and her family as well as the Depression era. The entire Singing River series is wonderful reading.
Dallas Decker5 Stars Out Of 5October 5, 2007Dallas DeckerAlways enjoy Gilbert Morris' books. This one is great. Makes you laugh, cry, and rejoice. Ties all the loose ends of the series together!