Cherished Memories - Digital Versions - Stories from Hope Haven - Book 9
About Stories from Hope Haven
The people of Hope Haven Hospital provide health-care support the way it is meant to be: top-botch, kind, loving, and complemented by friendship and God’s fellowship. Come live, love, pray, and hope with these amazing nurses as they face life-and-death challenges and stand in wonderment at the healing power of God’s grace.Book Description
Cherished Memories – Book 9
Candace Crenshaw is thankful that her daughter Brooke has always confided in her. It’s proof of their special bond. However when Candace learns from another parent that Brooke has a boyfriend, she can’t help feeling crestfallen that Brooke didn’t tell her. What does this mean for their close-knit relationship as Brooke approaches her thirteenth birthday?
Meanwhile, as James Bell and his family prepares to move, he enlists the help of his good friend Elena Rodriguez to organize a garage sale. With the Scouts pitching in, the original garage sale turns into a big community flea market. Anabelle Scott and her husband Cam decide it’s a good time to declutter, but they continually butt heads about what to keep vs. what to sell as she worries about being the only one who cherishes the family’s memories.
At the hospital, the threat of a class-action malpractice lawsuit looms, and the nurses unite in ways they haven’t before to defend their integrity. They know they’ve done the best they can. With the truth on their side, it’s now out of their hands an into God’s.About the Author
USA Today best –selling author Patti Berg began penning stories while in elementary school, when she wrote the script for a puppet show that she and her friends put on at a local hospital. Thirty years later, one of her dreams came true when the first of her many warm and lighthearted novels appeared in bookstores.
Scared of dogs until the age of fifty, Patti now goes out of her way to pet every dog she gets close to and would happily bring home all of the puppies in the pound if her less impulsive husband would only let her. He’s had less success keeping her from saying yes when her family, friends and others ask her to volunteer. A past president, secretary and newsletter editor of the Sacramento Valley Rose chapter of Romance Writers of America as well as past president, Web site and conference coordinator for RWA’s Published Authors Special Interest Chapter, Patti is currently volunteering with the Ada County Idaho Sherriff’s Department.
She lives in southwestern Idaho with her husband of thirty-three years and a huggable Bernese mountain dog names Barkley.Book Details
Author: Patricia H. Rushford
Page Count: 255pages