Summer's Promise

Summer's Promise

by Irene Brand

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Overview

Summer's Promise by Irene Brand

TO EVERYTHING THERE IS A SEASON

Rural North Carolina was the last place military man David Brown ever expected to call home. Brought here by tragedy, he now shared guardianship of his niece and nephew with a woman he'd never dreamed would share his home–or his attraction….

Wall Street banker Summer Weaver had never asked God for anything. Now she prayed for strength to care for her sister's orphaned children–and found herself leaning on their uncle for support. Summer never imagined that footloose David could ever become so steadfast–or that she'd be willing to give up everything that had seemed important for something that mattered far more….

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459218802
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/17/2011
Series: Love Inspired Series
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 487,520
File size: 663 KB

About the Author

Irene Brand's goal of being a writer was conceived at an early age in her rural home in West Virginia. In the early 70's she started publishing in historical, religious, and general magazines. During that time she also edited and compiled two church histories. Test of Love was released in Poland in 2003. She has written Sunday School curriculum, edited a two-year series of mission curriculum, and her works have appeared in five program-material anthologies. Her publishers include Zondervan, Standard Publishing, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Fleming-Revell, Barbour Publishing, Kregel Publications, Steeple Hill (inspirational imprint of Silhouette), and Summerside Press. She has had 4 non-fiction books published, and 43 fiction works. Her first inspirational romance was published in 1984. In 1990 Mrs. Brand retired after 23 years of teaching in public schools to devote full time to freelance writing. She is married to Rod Brand. Education: - AB Degree in Secondary Education in the fields of Social Studies and French; Master's Degree in History, plus 15 hours beyond the MA - all received at Marshall University, Huntington, WV. Awards: - General Federation of Women's Clubs West Virgina presented the 2001 Celebrate Women Award to Irene B. Brand for Outstanding Accomplishments in the category of ARTS. - West Virginia Women's Commission proclaimed Irene B. Brand 1st Runner Up in the category of ARTS in their 2001 Celebrate Women Awards." - Mason County Teacher of the Year 1973-74 - West Virginia DAR History Teacher of the Year, 1984 - Inspirational Romance Loving Cup Award of Excellence, Blue Ridge Christian Writers Conference, 1986 for historical novel, WHERE MORNING DAWNS - Annual Koala Award for a historical novel, Christian Writers Fellowship, 1991, THE HILLS ARE CALLING - Annual JUG (Just Uncommonly Good Writing) Award, annual conference, West Virginia Writers, Inc., June, 1997.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The deaths of her sister and his brother bring Summer and David back into each other's lives. Their siblings requested tht the two of them raise their children upon their death. They also requested that the two of them raise them in North Carolina where the family had been running a school/home for troubled youth. They also wanted Summer and David to continue their work at tje mission school. They both are very resistant to that idea. They both have successful careers and lives in other parts of the country and neither wants to give it up. Neither of them have experience with children either and feel that other family members would be better for the two orphaned children. Furthermore, neither are believers and don't feel right about serving at a christian school. Anyway... despite thwir initial reaction, they decide to try it for a year. But will a temporary arrangement prove permanent?