<a title="Front cover of Fearless Hope by Serena B. Fjallraven Kanken Rugzak Miller” href=”http://images.serenabmiller.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Fearless_Hope_200dpi_Progressive.jpg” rel=”prettyPhoto”>Front cover of Fearless Hope by Serena B. MillerWhen best-selling crime writer Logan Parker travels with his fiancée on a trip to Amish Country in Holmes County, Ohio, he goes just to make her happy. While the trip isn’t exactly a romantic success—Logan is consumed by an old Amish farmhouse he sees and can’t get out of his mind. chaussures nike air max pas cher In a less-than-sane moment, Parker decides he must have the house. goedkoop nike air max 2016 Maybe it’s the solution he needs to overcome his lingering writer’s block. Another Holmes County resident, Hope Yoder, has lost her husband in a tragic farm accident—and she has two small children with one on the way. Asics Femme Pas Cher Desperate to support her family, she soon learns that finding work is going to be very hard for the Amish widow. New property owner Logan soon realizes that peaceful as his large new farmhouse is, it’s more than he can manage by himself. nike air max 90 pas cher He needs help, and it comes in the form of Hope, Hope Yoder. Goedkoop Nike Schoenen As she begins to get his house in order, Parker finds himself beginning to write again.

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  1. Connie Davidson says:

    You had me on the 1st page. I had to see what Hope was going to do. Then Logan “I was right about him”. I loved having my friends back. I have a face, voice and picture homes for each one. I can think of a person he in Holmes county that is that person. I’m Very sorry that my Friends are gone in this Book. Thank You for writing book that are Fiction but True. Your Friend Connie in Sugarcreek To this day I miss Katie Calloway.

  2. I am currently reading this book ! Serena’s books are especially loved by me because Serena is my first cousin and childhood playmate! I feel her pain as she learns to live without her beloved husband who recently passed away!

    I knew she was talented early in life … even a conversation with her was loaded with a large vocabulary, descriptive adjectives, etc. She said everything with such enthusiasm!

    I have a home movie of her sharing every item in her Easter basket … describing each item!

    I am so proud of her as all her relatives are! Her husband Steve was , too, and made her promise him that she would continue to write after his passing!

    Her favorite Cuz,

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