In the romantic conclusion to the Smoky Mountain Dreams series, Sandra Robbins tells a story of love and loss. The government is purchasing property to establish the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Laurel Jackson fears she’ll have to say goodbye to the only home she’s ever known. Can she find the strength to leave?
What made you interested in writing Christian Historical Fiction? Do you write any other genres? For years I was a teacher and principal in the public schools, but I had a dream to write a book. Even if I never did have a book published, I knew I couldn’t write anything that I would be ashamed for my children and grandchildren to read. When I found American Christian Romance Writers, I knew I had discovered the organization that would help me learn the craft of writing. That organization today is American Christian Fiction Writers, and it’s not only helped me learn to tell the stories God lays on my heart but it has also presented me the opportunity to meet my wonderful agent and have my books edited by Christian editors. God continues to bless me as I write stories in historical romance and romantic suspense. Are there any other. . .
Anna Prentiss wants to be a nurse, but first she has to spend a summer in Cades Cove apprenticing to the local midwife. Anna is determined to prove herself…but she never expected to fall in love with the Cove. Has God’s plan for Anna changed? Or is she just starting to hear Him clearly?