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The Sweet By And By
by Rachel Hauck; Sara Evans
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It begins with a little red envelope...
...the one Jade doesn’t want to send. The envelope that invites her mother, Beryl, to her wedding - and opens up more of her past than she cares to deal with. Jade has worked so hard to put her hard- scrabble childhood behind her.
She’s found everything she wanted in the beautiful green hills of Whisper Hollow, Tennessee. A thriving vintage shop all her own. A lovely one-eyed Sheep Dog named Roscoe. And Max, the almost-too-good-to-be-true man she plans to marry in just a few weeks. For the first time in her life her heart feels at home, and she can’t wait to step out into their beautiful future.
But can she really have a sweet by and by if she can’t come to terms with yesterday?
‘The Sweet By and By’ is Sara Evans’ first foray into the world of literary fiction. From this work, it would appear that unprecedented success in the music industry can be translated into mastering the writers’ craft.
Sara Evans carries her passion and imagination from music into this novel - the first in a series of four - to create an encouraging and uplifting read, in spite of drama and tragedy.
The Sweet By And By by Rachel Hauck; Sara Evans was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2012 and is our 55861st best seller. The ISBN for The Sweet By And By is 9781401685829.
|Page last updated||10th June 2012|
|Author / Artist||Rachel Hauck; Sara Evans|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||336|