Moon Over Edisto

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Thomas Nelson Inc, 2013 - Fiction - 320 pages
34 Reviews

Katie has lived through tragedy and heartache. But with the angel Elias by her side, the best years of her life are just ahead.

A Heaven on Earth Novel, #3

When Katie Bender's fiancÚ died in a tragic accident, so did her hope of finding love. Though heartbroken, Katie is also practical. In the years since the accident she has discovered her gift for teaching. But when a tornado destroys her small Amish settlement, including the schoolhouse, Katie doesn't know how she will provide for herself.

Seth Stutzman arrived in Hope Falls days before the storm. And when he helps usher Katie and the children to safety, sparks fly. But Seth is only in town to help his brother, Amos, get back on his feet following the death of his wife. He can't afford to have feelings for Katie.

Rebuilding the community is a huge task, and soon, Katie and Seth are working side by side. As they privately wrestle with their feelings for each other, another silent--and ultimate--battle for their hearts rages unseen.

Sworn to protect what God has ordained, the mighty angel Elias appears to them as a mysterious visitor. And with his guidance, Katie and Seth find the courage to take the first small steps toward the life, and love, they were destined for.

 

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This should be a book club selection. - Christianbook.com
Though I have to say the ending will surprise you. - Christianbook.com
Characterization is rich and complex. - Christianbook.com

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User Review  - Janice Palko - Goodreads

In the space of two books, Beth Webb Hart has become my new favorite author. This is the second book of hers that I have read this month, and it certainly won't be the last of hers to read. She writes ... Read full review

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User Review  - Suzanne - Goodreads

"Moon Over Edisto" would make a great beach book. It is a lighter read with a sweet story about a native Charlestonian who had moved to NYC to pursue her career as an artist. She has to come to grips ... Read full review

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Contents

Julia Bennett
1
Mary Ellen Duvall Bennett
12
Julia
22
Etta
33
Julia
38
Margaret
48
Mary Ellen
54
Julia
66
Margaret
184
Etta
192
Julia
200
Julia
209
Julia
215
Jed
221
Julia
226
Mary Ellen
230

Julia
76
Jed Young
81
Julia
91
Jed
100
Julia
105
Julia
110
Julia
122
Mary Ellen
131
Etta
142
Julia
149
Mary Ellen
156
Margaret
164
Jed
176
Julia
238
Jed
245
Julia
252
Etta
263
Julia
269
Julia
274
Meg
283
Julia
291
Reading Group Guide
297
Acknowledgments
299
About the Author
310
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About the author (2013)

Beth Webb Hart, a South Carolina native, is the best-selling author of Grace at Low Tide and The Wedding Machine.nbsp;She serves as a speaker and creative writing instructor at schools, libraries, and churches throughout the region, and she has received two national teaching awards from Scholastic, Inc.nbsp;Hart lives with her husband and their family in Charleston.

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