Congratulations to Naomi Dawn Musch, winner of the
Thank you so much to our competitors. This competition was amazing!
LoRee Peery, Found in the Woods
Sadie and Sophie Cuff, The Seekers
Maureen Lang, Bees in the Butterfly Garden
Marcia Gruver, Hunter’s Prize
About the Book:
Despite the panic of 1893, logging reaches its golden era in the growing state of Wisconsin, and twins Jesilyn and Corianne Beaumont enjoy a comfortable life with family in the bursting Great Lake city of Superior. But when jealousy incites Jesi to seduce Cori’s fiance, a flight and fall from grace lands her in a boom town brothel, where a fresh start is denied her.
Camp preacher Paul Winter longs to offer hope in the logging and mining towns of northern Wisconsin, but not in the way he expects when he meets a redhead he calls Pie Girl. He’s never had to battle his own longings quite this way before.
Meanwhile, stung by Jesilyn’s betrayal, Corianne’s bitterness might separate her from a second chance at happiness and peace. Only by Grace can both women begin new lives, and budding love can bloom in places neither of them expect.
Read an excerpt & find out more:
About the Series:
Historic, romantic, women’s fiction — a
multi-generational family saga of love and deception, hope and turmoil, and the
rise of a wilderness empire.
Thank you as always to our loyal readers. Enjoy a tiny sample of the comments:
- So tough to choose one book based on a paragraph-they all sound fabulous!
- I love, love all the titles.
- It was hard to choose!
- Tough call! I’d read them all, I think.
- My choice is based on both the blurb and the cover. But, again, it was a hard choice. Great work, authors!
- I have read every book by this Author and I have to say I am more and more impressed by all of it!
About the author:
Naomi Dawn Musch was born and raised in central Wisconsin and now makes her home in Wisconsin’s vast northwoods where the vistas are ripe to feed the imagination of anyone interested in history. She and husband Jeff have three grown children and two under wing on their150 acre farm where they dabble at raising a menagerie of animals.
Naomi has been publishing a regional newsletter for home educators for the past thirteen years entitled Apples of Gold. See the page “Apples of Gold for Home Educators” for more information. She is also a staff writer for Living Stones News, a regional Christian newpaper; and a regular contributor to Home School Enrichment magazine. www.livingstonesnews.com www.homeschoolenrichment.com www.applesofgoldnews.com
Besides writing, Naomi enjoys homeschooling her children, gardening, taking walks in the woods, a little basketball, and fellowshipping with friends.
Your hostess for this clash was Lisa Lickel.
Visit her at http://www.lisalickel.com