Janet Gortsema, Nancy Rue, Lynn A. Coleman, Lauralee Bliss
From the majestic mountains to the glorious seashore, experience the beauty New England offers the romantic heart. Four respected authors will take you on an unforgettable trip with true-to-life characters. Dorrie Shelton hopes a White Mountains vacation with her sister will rekindle their relationship. But Gail rebels against camping on the Mountaintop and against the fact that a good-looking hiker seems to prefer Dorrie to the more glamorous Gail. All the joy of the trip seems gone for Dorrie. Can she find love without losing her sister? Dr. Alexandria Tucker chooses a Sea Escape on Martha's Vineyard for her sabbatical. She wants time alone with God - not a handsome neighbor to complicate her life and deter her from singlehood. But what might the Lord have in mind? When she accepts a summer job at Cape Cod, boring, predictable Martha Hollins adopts an updated image for herself. Drawn into the fast life of her new friends, she tries to ignore her attraction to a staid professor - and the pull of her childhood faith. Will she discover who she really is or be caught playing a Mockingbird's Song? Recent graduate Alexis Riker needs the artists' retreat at Rocky Shoals to plan her future course and rediscover God's still, small voice. What she finds is a series of life lessons from an odd assortment of new friends. Can she Retreat to Love when a troubled teen and a mischievous, handsome sportswriter need her? Here's your ticket for a refreshing escape to the Northeast. Enjoy the view as God works His will in the lives of those who put their trust in Him.Janet Gortsema is the author of 'New England: Mockingbird's Song/Retreat to Love/Mountaintop/Sea Escape (Inspirational Romance Collection)', published 2001 under ISBN 9781586601409 and ISBN 1586601407.
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