The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass
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The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass  -     By: Katie Powner

The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass

Bethany House / 2023 / Paperback

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After drifting for years, 50-year-old Pete Ryman returns to Sleeping Grass. Where else can a high-school dropout go? Widow Wilma Jacobsen, still feeling guilty over her role in his departure, resolves to make things right. But when Pete's younger sister appears---with her 11-year-old son---will Wilma discover the price of redemption is higher than she imagined?

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Title: The Wind Blows in Sleeping Grass
By: Katie Powner
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 368
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2023
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 0764242008
ISBN-13: 9780764242007
Stock No: WW242008

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For the first time in his life, Pete has everything to lose.

After years of drifting, fifty-year-old Pete Ryman has settled down with his potbellied pig, Pearl, in the small Montana town of Sleeping Grass--a place he never expected to see again. It's not the life he dreamed of, but there aren't many prospects for a high-school dropout like him.

Elderly widow Wilma Jacobsen carries a burden of guilt over her part in events that led to Pete leaving Sleeping Grass decades ago. Now that he's back, she's been praying for the chance to make things right, but she never expected God's answer to leave her flat on her face--literally--and up to her ears in meddling.

When the younger sister Pete was separated from as a child shows up in Sleeping Grass with her eleven-year-old son, Pete is forced to face a past he buried long ago, and Wilma discovers her long-awaited chance at redemption may come at a higher cost than she's willing to pay.

"Katie Powner brings both humor and heft to the page as she celebrates simple pleasures and not-so-simple love."--JULIE CANTRELL, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Perennials

Author Bio

Katie Powner is an award-winning author who lives in rural Montana, where cows still outnumber people. She writes contemporary fiction about redemption, relationships, and finding the dirt road home. She's a mom to the third power (biological, adoptive, and foster) who loves red shoes, Jesus, and candy--not necessarily in that order. Learn more at katiepowner.com.

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