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by Christa Parrish

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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Parrish's debut novel is written with heart and soul. It is always refreshing to read books with imperfect characters; they seem more real. The characters' faith struggles are written in a way that does not preach to readers.

Sarah Graham is 27 years old, alone and broke when she finds out she's inherited money from her late father. But in order for her to collect, she has to stay in the small town of Jonah, N.Y., for six months. Sarah
isn't happy, but she's willing to do
it for the money.

The townspeople share their memories of her father, but it's not the same man she remembers. How can one man be kind to strangers and cruel to his family? These gentle souls teach Sarah how to find her way to forgiving the past. (Bethany House, Oct., 352 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: October 2008

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