Hunter takes readers into a summer
of soul-transforming relationships. The struggles of the main character are stirring, and hearts will be warmed as
Josie battles for her life and the love she deserves. Hunter includes a reading guide for group use.

When Josephine Mitchell's family asks her to come home and help with the apple harvest, she takes time away from her city life as an event photographer. But she has a hidden agenda: to persuade her family to sell the orchard. As the summer goes on, she befriends orchard foreman Grady McKenzie and survives a brush with death. Will her growing love for Grady be enough to convince her to return home? (THOMAS NELSON, Jan., 320 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lindy J. Swanson