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on 16 September 2008
Token Creek 1884
Jessie Wheeler knows how to take care of herself and her girls. The owner of Token Creek's general store has been doing it for a long time -nearly eight years - since the day her husband walked out on her.
Seth Redding, Jessie's husband, has done a lot of thinking in those years, some of it in a jail cell. Looking back on his marriage, he can't believe he left Jessie and their baby. It was true that Jessie had her own way of doing things and could be hardheaded. But they had shared a special kind of love too, at least early on. If only he'd known then what he knows now ...
Seth is a changed man, but will he ever be able to show Jessie that? Will she even let him try?
Jessie's story, told from the beginning, is a timeless account of the transforming power of God's love and forgiveness.
on 11 September 2009
I love Lori Wick and think this is the best of all the Big Sky Dreams books (the other 2 are Cassidy and Sabrina). I enjoyed them all but like Jessie the best. She is a strong indepedant woman, used to looking after herself and her 2 children. Her husband walked out on her years ago but comes back hoping to become part of their lives again. Can Jessie trust him again? Has he really changed as he claims?