Best-selling author Janette Oke, noted for vivid historical settings and heartwarming spiritual drama spins the tale of a close-knit family facing separation and change. Years ago, Wynn and Elizabeth Delaney adopted Christine and Henry. Now Christine has moved to a nearby city. Working as a secretary in a prosperous company, she is drawn to her employer's handsome son. Henry has joined the Canadian Mounties, where one of his first duties is to help a young widow and her infant. In their new lives, as new relationships grow, can Christine and Henry still draw on the faith they have learned from their parents?
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by Janette Oke
by Janette Oke, Davis Bunn
"Oke's enchanting picture of Canadian life is well drawn by Barbara Caruso, who portrays a disappearing way of life. She characterizes protagonist Christine Delancy with tenderness and humor as she prepares to move to the city to find work. Well-depicted rowdiness and warmth attest to family closeness. Filled with lovingly drawn characters that exhibit Christian values, Oke's spiritual dramatization of young love and family life is well suited to a leisurely drive. Don't let the initial introduction by an unknown speaker keep you from listening to this charming tale. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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