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Sam Kinkade is finally feeling reasonably content with his work as a minister in rural Toms Brook, Virginia. But when his plans to welcome the area's growing Hispanic community to the church are met with resistance, a woman arrives to take a job as the church sexton and help build bridges. Elisa Martinez is an enigma, and Sam is certain she is not who she seems. Despite his own lengthy engagement, he is intrigued with this Latina stranger who makes him only too aware of the real intimacy missing in his life. As Elisa hides in Toms Brook and prays for a reunion that may set her free, she uncovers a generations-old love story that serves as a warning. Will she and Sam repeat the tragic past, or can they find the love and freedom they seek?
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Sam Kinkade is finally feeling reasonably content with his work as a minister in rural Toms Brook, Virginia. But when his plans to welcome the area's growing Hispanic community to the church are met with resistance, a woman arrives to take a job as the church sexton and help build bridges.

Elisa Martinez is an enigma, and Sam is certain she is not who she seems. Despite his own lengthy engagement, he is intrigued with this Latina stranger who makes him only too aware of the real intimacy missing in his life.

As Elisa hides in Toms Brook and prays for a reunion that may set her free, she uncovers a generations-old love story that serves as a warning. Will she and Sam repeat the tragic past, or can they find the love and freedom they seek?

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Second book in the Shenandoah Album series

About Emilie

Emilie Richards is the author of sixty novels which have been published in more than twenty-one countries and sixteen languages. In the summer of 1996 she began her single title career and continues to write for Mira Books, most recently One Mountain Away, the first of the...

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