In this collection short stories each young woman receives a letter that changes the course of their lives.
In Moonlight Promise Camilla journeys to America from England, and struggles to make her way to Albany to meet her friend who has offered her a job.
Merrie Bently in Lessons in Love, writes articles for Kipler's Home Weekly under a pseudonym. So when the editor sends her a letter asking to meet with her in person, Merrie must find a Mr. Bently!
In One Little Word, Lorraine Caldwell hasn't heard from her brother in 2 years, so when she hears from him, she jumps at the chance of reconnecting with him. But reaching her destination is just the beginning.
In Saving Grace, Grace Holloway receives a disturbing letter, from eight-year-old Caroline, asking her to bring Caroline's mother home. It isn't easy, but Grace has a plan.
Each of these stories has an honorable hero who comes to their rescue, and the 1st and last stories were very dramatic. One Little Word was my favorite of the bunch, because I loved the idea of Lorraine and Jonah working together to make Jonah's dreams come true.
Each of the stories was well written and showed a great attention to detail. I loved how each of the stories was both engaging and encouraging with wonderful themes of faith hope and love. A very enjoyable read.
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