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Lanie Freeman and her siblings have survived the Great Depression without their father. They are convinced that he has been unjustly imprisoned.
Lanie’s strong-willed sister, Maeva, runs away to Los Angeles to find the one woman in a city of thousands who can prove their father’s innocence. Nothing Lanie says can deter Maeva from her mission.
Even as her family seems to be unraveling, Lanie’s dream of writing becomes a reality. Lanie is on the verge of becoming a published author. Amid the excitement, she still feels a deep longing for something more, a yearning for love, a home, and a family of her own. When two suitors propose, it does nothing to quiet her heart.
Lanie resigns herself to leave Maeva’s safety and her father’s future in God’s hands. But can she trust God to show her the right man and the right plan for her life?
©2007 Gilbert Morris (P)2007 Zondervan
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By Deborah on 11-23-14

Couldn't Stand for Story to end.

This has to be one of the very best series I have ever listened to. I wish Gilbert Morris would just keep on following each Freeman family member forever. I wanted to cry when it ended. The story was great but listening to it on cd was wonderful. I have listened to hundreds of Audio Books but I have to say that Judith West was the best narrator I have ever heard. She made the book come alive and she had a different voice for each character. I listen to audio books only while traveling back and forth in my car and I hated to turn it off every day when I pulled into the garage. So so good.

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By Alexandria on 07-14-10

Unending Christian drivel by inane characters

I'm having trouble recognizing this as a interesting piece of literature in any way after two tortured hours of listening. It really goes to show how the religious insanity never changes yet can be made to seem even more foolish than it even is, all delivered in Hee-Haw style.

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