Welcome to Larkspur Valley, a rustic little town nestled in the Appalachians. The night of the Blizzard of ’61, Penny Stringfellow, a frightened, unwed teenager, anxiously awaits her grandfather at the bus station. Farmer Henry Gordon has agreed to open his home to her, and he is a gentleman of his word. This is going to be an incredible year, not only for them, but for other members of Pastor MacMackin’s congregation. Among them are Ruth Beverly, the waitress at the local diner, a divorced mother raising her daughter alone…Terry Flynn, the young former serviceman whose heart belongs to Penny…and Timothy, Henry’s son, who has not been home for many years.
Big changes are coming to the people of Larkspur Valley in this 20th Century historical novel about the power of love, the special bonds of family and friendship, and lives that are supernaturally transformed by faith. A Christian novel by the author of GLIMMERS OF HEAVEN.
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Published November 18, 2012
History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction.