“In the lowly place of prayer, God can lift you up to the highest mountain.” —Whinburg Township Amish proverb
When Amanda Yoder, Hannah Riehl, and their friends travel to Colorado for summer jobs at the Lost Creek Ranch, it soon becomes plain that God has more in store for them than making beds and wrangling horses.read more »
Bittersweet is only an acquired taste if you haven’t been craving it half your life …
Can a high-powered but lonely executive and a homebuilder without a home find their way to what each needs most? Or will they be as incompatible as chocolate and lemon cream? And meanwhile, the Wolf of the West is getting more desperate in his quest to bring the last members of his family to true love …
Margrethe Amelia Linden (Daisy to her friends) is a young woman of gentle upbringing, some talent as a watercolorist, and firm opinions that often get her into trouble. Determined to find her missing father, in the summer of 1895 she sets out for the last place he was seen: the Wild West. It’s a rude shock when her younger sister stows away on the airship—such behavior no doubt the result of her unsuitable friendship with Maggie Polgarth and the Carrick House set.
On the journey, a friendship blooms between Daisy and Miss Emma Makepeace, who is traveling to Georgetown in the Texican Territories as a mail-order bride. When Emma begs her to delay their search by a day or two in order to stand with her at the altar, Daisy is delighted to accept.
But the wedding day dawns on a dreadful discovery. Within hours the Texican Rangers have their man—but even in her grief, Daisy is convinced he cannot have killed her friend. She must right this terrible mistake before he hangs ... and before the real culprit realizes that two very observant young ladies are not going to allow him to get away with it ...read more »