Martha Ann Brandt finds herself married to her former boss who has been a widower for only a few weeks. She had been his wife's personal maid. But out here in the newly settled West, single women are hard to find. She does not realize that he has married her simply because he needed to have someone oversee his three children as well as his household staff. She does not learn this truth until it is too late, and she is now Mrs. Smith-Rogers, wife of the wealthy banker. How she regrets not having first asked God what He wanted her to do. But she is resolved never again to make the mistake of leaving God out of her decisions.
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About the Author
Sally Hull wrote her first novel at age seventeen and has gone on to write over forty books. She writes in a variety of genres, since she enjoys reading a variety of stories. After graduating from Gladwin High School in Michigan, she studied at Toronto Baptist Seminary in Canada, as well as Mid Michigan Community College and Central Michigan University. After a variety of teaching jobs in America, Sally traveled to China to teach English to college students one year and grade school children the following year. She earned her TESOL license as well. After teaching, she returned to writing. Living in Montana with her husband Charlie, who is a photographer and writer in his own right, Sally continues writing, hoping to be an encouragement to others, helping them to know God better.