Through the Eyes of Grace

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First Edition Design Pub., Sep 25, 2012 - Fiction
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It is 1904 in the township of Ceres, Oklahoma Territory. Fifteen-year-old Grace Stella Kirwin's life is blossoming like the prairie flowers she has grown to love, yet she is unaware of the encroaching storm about to ravage her heart. It will seek to destroy all the hope she has of finding genuine love. An ultimatum by Grace's father leads to a violent response by the only man Grace has ever wanted. Shattered and bruised, Grace fears she'll never be free from this nightmare. Hope dawns when she moves to a new town, only to discover a dark night awaits her. Will she find the lasting love she's longed for?


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Debi Gray Walter was born the youngest of three children in 1959 in Orlando, FL., long before the mouse called it home. Her Mom and Dad owned and operated the neighborhood family pharmacy where she spent much of her time. It was a fun childhood where lots of room was given for a child's imagination to grow. Her mom could be considered a Florida native as well; her family moved to Clermont when she was an infant to plant and grow citrus. This industry was a part of their family from 1922 until they sold the last grove about ten years ago. A sad day for sure. In 1979, Debi married Tom in the church where Debi grew up. They now have three grown children, five adorable grandchildren, a church they helped start in 1985 and an internet-based marriage ministry called Debi's desire to write first began when she learned her grandmother's story shortly after her death in 1979. She realized then that everyone has a story to tell if they'll just take the time to ask good questions. This desire only increased as she started keeping her own journal in 1989. To find out more about Debi, visit

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