Relive the glory of a Pennsylvania canal town through the eyes of those who ministered to the needs of the workers. Betsy Nelson reluctantly returns to her childhood home to care for her failing father, a faithful minister who served the town for years. William Covington, a confirmed bachelor, comes to town to become the new pastor and set aside the luxuries of this birth for service to God. Can Betsy and William find common ground on which to work together for the better of the townspeople?
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This is book 2 in the "Brides of Lehigh Canal Series" and I enjoyed my time once again in Walnutport, PA. It was good to see how much Betsy Nelson had changed (you can read what she used to be like in ... Read full review
Betsy has become an old maid before she even realized it. After her plans to be a missionary were dashed, she stays in New York continuing what she believes is the Lord's work. After receiving news ... Read full review
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