In Linda Ford's Depression-era tale, half-breed Kody Douglas is grateful to the Lord for helping him find a safe place before the dust storm hits -- Charlotte Porter's South Dakota farmhouse. They ride out the storm together, and Kody realizes the abandoned Charlotte can't stay on the farm alone, so he takes her to the one place he swore never to return to, his hometown of Favor. He's willing to risk his long-buried secret to keep her safe until her brother sends for her. As doubts about her brother wanting her with him pierce at Charlotte, she sees Kody in a different, better light. As two outcasts start to care for each other, their faith in God leads them to their future. The Journey Home (4) is a splendid tale of love, hope and faith, not only with ourselves but also with God.
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Patsy Glans