Home for Christmas - Miracles of Marble Cove - Book 19
Come to a place known for flip-flops, lobster pots, and porch swings. It’s a place to relax, a place to relax, a place feel at home. Take a walk along the rocky coastline, and gaze out at the boats bringing in their daily catch. Meet four different yet unforgettable friends who are mysteriously drawn together by events too amazing to be coincidence. Follow their miraculous adventures as they face life’s challenges, hold each other up in faith, and experience God’s amazing grace.Book Description
Home for Christmas – Book 19
It’s Christmastime in Marble Cover, and Margaret gets an unexpected and unwanted gift: a letter from the IRS. On top of that her mother’s beloved angel ornament is missing. Is it any wonder Margaret is having a hard time finding her Christmas spirit? Meanwhile, Diane looks forward to spending time with her kids and sharing some great news. Shelley receives a shock when a social worker arrives on her doorstep. Will her niece Hailey be taken away before she even settles in? And Beverly is determined to make her first Christmas with Jeff absolutely perfect—until a blizzard threatens all the Newport Avenue neighbors’ best-laid plans and reminds them of the true meaning of the holiday.
Following some tantalizing discoveries about Marble Cove’s final station master, the friends highlight the old train station by decorating it for Christmas. Will their efforts be enough to persuade the townspeople to preserve this vital part of local history?About the Author
Best-selling author Anne Marie Rodgers has published nearly four dozen novels since 1992. She has written for four Guideposts Series, including Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, Mystery and the Minister’s Wife, Stories from Hope Haven, for which she wrote the launch book, and Miracles of Marble Cove. When she isn’t writing, Anne Marie devotes much of her time to animal rescue. Since childhood, she has felt called to help those of God’s creatures in need who cannot speak for themselves. Currently, she coordinates the Orphaned Kitten Program in State College, Pennsylvania, where she makes her home, and assists with a variety of other animal rescue efforts, including wildlife rehabilitation and canine rescue. She and her husband share their home with three dogs and three cats. They also serve as the intake point for more than one hundred infant kittens in need this year.Book Details
Author: Anne Marie Rodgers
Page Count: 260 pages