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A Season for Tending
In a community where conformity flourishes, seeds of Rhoda’s odd behavior were planted long ago. Can she cultivate her relationships with the same care and tenderness that she gives her beloved garden?

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Be Still My Soul
Lonnie Sawyer is shy and quiet, used to fading into the background. But now handsome ladies’ man Gideon O’Riley has taken an interest in her, stealing a kiss that condemns her to a shotgun wedding and a loveless marriage. Can her patient faith change her husband’s heart?

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The Girl in the Glass
With mounting family disappointment, Meg Pomeroy hopes to find healing on a trip to Florence, Italy. Can the ancient art of the Italian Renaissance be the key to something new?

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When Good Enough Isn’t—A Devotional by Susan Meissner

Anytime I chat with someone who has just returned from a trip to Italy, the first question I always ask is, Did you go to Florence? And if they say yes, then I ask them if they saw the David. Not the stony imposter that sits in the sun-and-statue-drenched piazza of the Palazzo Vecchio. Did they see the real deal. Michelangelo’s David. The one that stands on the tiled floor of the library-quiet Accademia. The one that takes your breath away. Did they see that one?

If they say no, they ran out of time, or no, they didn’t want to wait in line, or - and this is the worst – they’re happy with the photo they got of the copy in the piazza, I experience a little inner crisis. To have been to Florence and not seen the David is, as my character Sofia in The Girl in the Glass says, to have visited heaven and not seen God. [Read On]

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Wonderful Story of Forgiveness and Redemption
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Be Still My Soul, not only kept me up late at night when I wanted to read “just one more chapter” but also brought tears to my eyes throughout the last chapters. I owe that to the amazing storytelling abilities of Joanne Bischof and her keen sense of details and her character’s emotions... [Read On]

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