Frank Hammond makes a wintry journey of over two hundred miles to help his brother and look into a job offer he hopes will be the new beginning he is searching for. But all Sarah wants is to make a home as close as possible to the farms where they were raised. Why would Frank even consider moving so far away?
As Frank strives to make a new start in a fresh location, he comes face-to-face with his own handicaps and a new-found call of God. At the same time, Sarah struggles for the faith to fulfill her own promise to trust God, and Frank, no matter what the circumstances. With their wedding date approaching, Sarah must come to terms with her doubts and misgivings while Frank finds that a gesture of kindness to strangers has opened a surprising door of renewed hope. Leisha Kelly fans will thrill to see the unfolding love story of Frank and Sarah, a fitting conclusion to the Wortham and Hammond saga.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Series:||Country Road Chronicles , #3|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||549 KB|
About the Author
L. A. Kelly is better known to her historical fiction fans as Leisha Kelly. Prior to her untimely death in 2011, Leisha was the author of several bestselling historical fiction books, including Julia's Hope, Emma's Gift, and Katie's Dream. She served many years on her local library board and was active in the ministries of her church.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
thats all i can say about this series. it has held my interest from pg. 1. the characters seem so real. my only complaint is that i want to hear more.
A good series and some good reads which grab you and keep you feeling as if the charachters are your family this is a good Christian read clean & not trash enjoyable
I have really enjoyed Leisha Kelly's books of the Hammonds and Worthams. The other books about these families were a real page turner and hard to put down. I found this book was different. Story did not seem as important to her, as her "preaching". She could have toned it down some and taken more time to tell Frank and Sarah's story. I felt let down on the story line. I don't think all her preaching enhanced this book at all. It wasn't necessary. Less would have been better. I felt she used her bible quoting as a filler. Instead of putting the book down I continued to read on to find out what happened to Frank and Sarah. They were great characters. She didn't tie up any loose ends. I thought she might have spoke more of the parents since this closed the story of the Hammonds and Worthams.
I have all of Leisha Kelly's books on the Hammonds and Worthams. Just finished reading "Sarah's Promise" and could not put it down. I am expectantly waiting for the next book. This one takes place in 1946 but I suggest you start with the first book and continue reading through to this one to understand the caracters and how they got to this place in her story. Her books are about 2 families(Hammonds and Worthams) and how they survived the depression the war and helped each other. The stories are never boreing. There are happy times and very sad times but true to the real depression era.
If you did not go through the depression or had family that did you will learn a lot about life during that time in these books. I found it very interesting. Hopefully we will never have to go through that again.