The second book in the Seasons of Redemption series is filled with romance and betrayal. The characters show their feelings and just want their dreams to come true.
Milwaukee, Wisc., 1866: Sarah McCabe came to Milwaukee to become the governess for Captain Sinclair. This is the life she has always wanted, full of luxury and social privilege. When she meets Richard Navis, Sinclair’s steward, she is drawn to him because of his tenderness, and his strong attachments to his belief in God. When she learns he really wants to be a farmer like his parents, she is repelled; if she wanted that type of life, she would have stayed in Missouri. And Captain Sinclair is starting to hint that she may become his wife. Will the young, naïve country girl finally see her dreams come true, or does the Lord’s plan for her future include a wannabe farmer? (REALMS, Oct., 304 pp., $12.99)