As a teenager, Norah Williamson believed she had a calling from God, but she had put everything on hold for the sake of her family. Now her obligations were over, and she was finally ready to pursue her own dreams.
Widower Mason King had lost all hope of ever seeing his dreams come true-dreams of a Christian wife, and of children growing up to inherit his family's ranch. The emotions his new cook, Norah, stirred in him were the last thing he'd ever expected to feel again.
But whatever Norah and Mason had planned, it looked as though both their futures were in the capable hands of a higher power.
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When her father and her disabled brother die, forty-two year old Norah Williamson needs change though she feels she is too uneducated to serve as a missionary as she deeply desires. Over the objections of her siblings whom she raised when their mother died, Norah plans to sell the house she inherited in Springfield, Missouri. Instead of baby-sitting her nephews and nieces, she accepts a job as a summer cook on a Wyoming Ranch where she will serve meals to special education children under the auspices of the Horse and Healing Christian program. Norah meets rancher Mason King who hired her over the Internet and will live nearby. Norah and Mason are attracted to one another, especially as both have placed their hands in the hands of the Lord. They fall in love, but he fears a permanent relationship following the death of his first wife in childbirth, but she tries to persuade him that God brought them together for a purpose. Inspirational romance readers will cherish Irene Brand¿s latest tale that stars two deeply religious and caring middle aged people who deserve love with one another. The story line focuses mostly on the pious Norah. The subplots centering on the children and her selfish family provide more insight into the lead duo but especially. Though not for every contemporary reader, this novel is for fans that relish an inspiring romance starring individuals with prayers in their hearts for everyone¿s soul. Harriet Klausner