Wildflowers from Winter - Katie Ganshert

Price: $9.99

Format: Trade Paperback

ISBN: 9780307730381

Release: 5.8.2012

Fiction - Christian - Romance

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by Jettie Parrish
June 18, 2012
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When Bethany Quinn left home she never looked back, trying to leave her memories of her childhood behind. She hadn't been home for 10 years, and was working in Chicago, when the call came that her grandfather had a heart attack, so she packed a bag and went to visit him. While there she made contact with her best friend from childhood, only to find that Robin's husband was dying. Ending her visit, she goes back to Chicago, only to discover her boyfriend of several years was moving to GA for a job, and that she was being left go from her job at an architectural firm because of the economy. Then her grandfather dies, so back to the farm, where his farmhand inherits the house and 10 acres, and she gets 500 acres of farmland, which she doesn't want.

I'd give this book 4 stars, it is well written and entertaining. I was given this book to read and review, by Waterbrook Press. No other compensation was given. All opinions expressed are my own, and I'm not required to give a positive review.

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