The Heart's Journey Home by Jen Stephens
(Harvest Bay Series)

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Three years after Kate Sterling's heart was shattered by the unexpected death of her husband, she packs up what is left of her life and moves back to Harvest Bay, Ohio, with her young daughter. She soon discovers that her sleepy hometown has changed--and that she has been given a second chance at love. But is God leading her to a love linked to the past . . . or to one who will walk with her into the future?

In her debut novel, author Jen Stephens bursts on the literary scene with a warmth and charm that shines through her writing right into the reader’s heart. With down-home candor and skilled word-weaving, Stephens allows her story to unfold through believable characters, drawing readers in right from the beginning and carrying them on a pleasant journey with enough twists and turns along the way to maintain interest to the very last page. Congratulations on a great first novel, and I certainly expect to see more from this author in the future!
--Kathi Macias, award-winning author of My Son, John

Stephens's debut story about the redemption of heartache took me to a place where the important things of life were made important again. Her writing is a reflection of the story-telling characteristics of the Creator: not what the characters expected or prayed for, but what brought real love and value in the end.
--Rebeca Seitz, author of the Sisters, Ink Series

"The Heart’s Journey Home is a heartwarming story and a witness to how God works in the lives of the faithful who wait patiently for Him to reveal his purpose."
--Diane Black, Tennessee State Senator

"A wonderful story that is sure to touch the hearts of romance readers, The Heart's Journey Home is a sweet tale of healing and love."
--Kathleen Fuller, best-selling author of A Man of His Word

About Jen Stephens

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Jen Stephens grew up in a small Ohio town, where she developed a passion for writing at an early age. She currently lives in the Nashville, Tennessee, area with her husband and two young daughters and teaches third grade at a Christian school.
Published February 1, 2010 by Sheaf House Publishers, LLC. 387 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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