Hope’s Dwelling Place
Hank Zimmerman is refusing to honor his father’s wishes by being a craftsman instead of taking over the family farm.
Are they out of accord with God’s wishes for not following the paths their fathers set it for them?
Will the young orphans set right their hopes and bring them all back to His will?
Review: I loved this novella! It was absolutely adorable. Peaceful and fun but with plenty of adversity and challenge.
Author: Connie Stevens
Ages: YA | 16+
A Shelter from the Storm
Dr Nelson Winters may have overcome the Spanish Influenza but it left him crippled and out of the clutches of the woman he once thought loved him. He’s come to a new town to start over and when he sees Mildred he knows where he wants to spend his life, if only his liability didn’t keep him from asking.
Can Mildred and Nelson stop looking at the past long enough to see the wonderful future God has set before them?
Review: A Shelter From the Storm is a sweet romance full of the promises of God’s love.
While not my favorite novel, mostly because it was so sad and stress filled, it is a good book.
Author: Marjorie Vawter
Ages: YA | 16+
Letters from Home
Bradley Payne travels the world taking pictures of and writing about his experiences. He has no idea why Trudy wants to leave, especially when she has the family he’s always dreamt of surrounding her.
Can their opposing dreams be the beginning of a bright future?
Review: I really enjoyed Trudy and Bradley’s story. It was sad in places but overall a sweet picture of life and love.
Author: Lynette Sowell
Ages: 16+ | YA
A Hint of Lavender
Gwen Zimmerman is spending the summer at her family’s Sunday house in order to work in town and alleviate some of her father’s medical expenses.
Can a woman who will only follow God’s will and a man who’s never met Him sustain an easy friendship?
Review: I loved this novella! What begins as a friendship turns into a sweet romance and we get an amazing picture of Christ’s love and offer of redemption. The perfect ending!
Author: Eileen Key
Ages: 16+ | YA
Way back in 2013 I borrowed Sundays in Fredericksburg from NetGalley but couldn’t read more than a page or two before putting it down to pick up something “more exciting”. Recently, though, I picked it up again and couldn’t put it down.
I loved how they connected the stories! I think just that makes this one of my favorite novella collections. Though sometimes the timing of the novellas threw me off & I had to go back and review how old everyone was…
|Publisher & Date:||April 1st 2013 by Barbour Books|
|Genre:||Historical Christian Romance|
|ISBN:||1616267445 (ISBN13: 9781616267445)|
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