Helping Hands - Home to Heather Creek - Book 22

Helping Hands
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About Home to Heather Creek

The lives of the Stevenson's and their grandchildren unfold in this captivating story of the remarkable change that comes from the love of family, the kindness of others, sheer persistence and unshakable faith. The gentle yet poignant stories will endear you to the characters, especially Charlotte as she struggles with raising her three grandchildren who have just lost their mother. As you follow their inspiring story, you'll feel a part of this friendly, loving community, where you'll see God's grace in every circumstance.

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Helping Hands – Book 22

As the stifling heat of summer settles over Heather Creek Farm, bad news shakes Charlotte’s world: Her dear friend’s husband has a heart attack. As Charlotte comforts Hannah and helps them both through Frank’s difficult recovery, she begins to reflect on her own family’s well-being. What if anything ever happened to Bob? How would they all make it? Meanwhile, Emily heads off to church camp and her experiences there bring her closer to God—as well as to a new guy. With her boyfriend Troy back home, will Emily remember what loyalty is all about? Christopher is hard at work on a float for the Fourth of July parade and ropes a begrudging Bob into helping. And Sam has been spending time with his friends at a nearby lake house, where they get into some trouble that may just ruin all of their summers—and jeopardize his future. Will the long hot days of summer be a season of growth for the Stevenson family?

About the Author

Carolyne Aarsen is the author of more than twenty books, including The Only Best Place and All in One Place and four books for Guideposts’ Tales from Grace Chapel Inn series. She wrote a weekly humor column for ten years and lives on a farm in Neerlandia, Alberta, Canada. She and her husband raised their four children on their farm and have taken in numerous foster children.

Book Details
Author: Carolyne Aarsen
Book Format: eBook
Page Count: 262 pages

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