UNDER THE SUMMER SKY
The Dakota Diaries series is an enjoyable family saga that joins the generations with love and compassion and keeps readers wanting more. Copeland has the exquisite ability to tie each novel’s characters and plotlines together.
Miss Trinity Franklin is searching for her deceased brother Rob’s land, and as a result she is introduced to lively characters. She encounters obstacles that would test any Christian’s faith as she begins a search for the deed. Soon she is homeless and penniless and at the mercy and grace of the small town of Dwaldo. She feels forced into selling the land as soon as possible to gain some financial stability, but she may not receive a fair price. A man who works for the railroad has rubbed Trinity the wrong way, and she wonders if selling to him is the only way out of her troubles. When she makes new friends and finds a long-lost relative, will she stay in Dwaldo? (HARVEST HOUSE, Jan., 304 pp., $13.99)