Duties leave the Sullivan family with little room for romance. In White River Dreams, can Jack find love in a marriage of convenience? In White River Song, Abigail loves spending time with Rafe, but would anything more risk their friendship? And in White River Sunrise, Addy feels called to teach, but does God have other plans?
Travel back in time to historic Missouri, along the banks of the White River, for three stories reminding readers that with God all things are possible. Jack enters a marriage of convenience with Lexie in order to adopt the twin girls he adores. Tuck relishes her time with her best friend, but she is not the type to ever marry and believes anything more with Rafe would ruin their friendship. Addy feels called to teach children and won’t let marriage interfere with that responsibility. Sacrifice and duty, family and friendshipthose leave no room for romance. . .or do they?
Frances L. Devine grew up in the great state of Texas, where she wrote her first story at the age of nine. She moved to Southwest Missouri more than twenty years ago and fell in love with the hills, the fall colors, and Silver Dollar City. Frances has always loved to read, especially cozy mysteries, and considers herself blessed to have the opportunity to write in her favorite genre. She is the mother of seven adult children and has fourteen wonderful grandchildren.