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Wildflowers from Winter
Bethany Quinn was happy to leave her small town ten years ago to create her new successful life. But when tragedies strike at home, she is forced to return and face the pain of her childhood. Out of options, everything comes into question as Bethany tries to find a place where love and faith make sense again.

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The Widow of Saunders Creek
Her life rocked by tragedy, a young widow takes refuge in her husband's family home, seeking reconnection with what little she has left of him. What she finds, through the belief of her husband's devout cousin, is that sometimes the strongest thing you can do is to let go of the past and have faith.

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Access to Peace

“Vivian was nearly to the corner when she heard footsteps slapping the muddy road behind her. Her back and arms ached under the weight of her skirts as she forced a faster pace from her tired legs. Rain stung her eyes. A furious pulse pounded in her ears. Still she ran. How could she have been so stupid? So blinded?”

The youngest Sinclair sister arrived in Cripple Creek with a secret and felt unlovable, beyond God’s grace. The shame she carried pursued her.

Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ; by whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.
Romans 5:1-2 KJV

— Excerpted from The Bride Wore Blue by Mona Hodgson


Reflection: When did you begin to accept the bewildering scope of God's grace?





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Inspiring, Emotive, and a New Favorite!
by Marie Burton

The endearing and captivating prose of Jane Kirkpatrick vividly brings to life the whimsy of lilacs and the lives that they inspired in this story of love, loyalty, faith, friendship, and flowers. The novel follows the path of Hulda, of German descent, raising her family during the early 1900's in Washington State. Cross breeding plants was Hulda's passion, and she enjoyed bringing her family into her flowery dreams of improved apples, lilacs and daffodils.

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