She’s now twenty-six years old – too late to be thinking about marriage – and can see that her teaching career, her height and her multi-colored eyes have decided her fate. Judith is a Christian, though, and is willing to just wait to see what God has in store for the rest of her life.
Ernie Snyder Is a poor stupid canaler, at least that what he thinks. He only finished through the fourth grade and can’t do much besides canaling but he has a heart for God and his children. He only wishes he still had a wife instead of relying on the elderly man he pays to cook, clean and watch his daughter on the boat. If only he didnt get so tongue tied around that new teacher.
I really enjoyed the other books about canal life but for some reason this one feel short for me. It was a sweet storyline but neither Ernie nor Judith had any self-confidence whatsoever – outside of their careers and parenting – and it rankled.
|Author:||Wanda E. Brunstetter|
|Publisher:||Barbour Books||Publish Date:||July 1st 2011|
** Many of the books I review are Advance Review Copies. These books are loaned to me for my review. I am in no way compensated for my time nor am I asked to give anything but my honest review. If you have further questions, please, review my FTC Disclaimer on my homepage.