Always Green

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Bethany House Publishers, 2005 - Fiction - 318 pages
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Mibby Garrett isn???t asking for much, just a white knight to rescue her from lonely widowhood, her faltering garden design business, and an unrelenting drought. Or she???d settle for a super dad to guide her son, Ky, through the harrowing years of adolescence. Instead, her free-spirited mother and acerbic sister show up on her doorstep, only magnifying her loneliness. Mentor and friend Louise reminds Mibby that God??'s blessings flow during droughts of the land and droughts of the heart. Can Mibby put her confidence in Him and discover what it means to be always green and growing? Garden Gates Book 2.

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

This book picks up right where book one leaves off. Mibby Garrett needs her son to understand her, her business to pick up (she designs gardens) and a man (although she would never admit that last one). It is a nice read. Read full review

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Section 1
57
Section 2
91
Section 3
107
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