A Bride's Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee (Google eBook)

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Barbour Publishing, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Journey to Tennessee at the end of the Civil War. Heaven Wharton has been left in charge of her fatherís farm, but weeks of facing marauders has finally taken its toll. Meaning to fire into the air, she accidently shoots a man charging the house. Shocked, she and her sister Angel drag the semi-conscious man into the house and nurse him back to health. As Travis recovers he finds his heart turning to the possibilities of love. But can he and Heaven learn to accept Godís plan, however it unfolds?


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A fun and engaging story of love

User Review  - Cher - Christianbook.com

Travis Logan wanted nothing more than to be left alone to live his own life, but God has a way of changing things up. Like taking care of a dying man and having him bequeath his land to him and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica Davis - Goodreads

I wasn't entirely in love with the switching of POV at first. The first couple switches weren't always easy to keep up with but eventually you know the characters well enough that those transitions ... Read full review


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About the author (2012)

Diana Lesire Brandmeyer has a background in education and psychology.† Her credits include My Devotions, The Metro East Family Gazette, Little Visits Family Devotions and The Lutheran Witness.† She received her degree from Webster University.† She is the author of, A Bride's Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee (Barbour 5/2012), We're Not Blended, We're Pureed:† a Survivor's Guide to Blended Families (Concordia Publishing House), Hearts on the Road (Barbour), and A Time to Dance (Awe-struck E-publisher).† She lives in Southern Illinois where the corn grows at a rapid rate behinde her home.† She's married and has 3 grown sons all on their own now, each of them bringing someone special to join the family. Yay! Daughter-in-laws!

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