A Day to Pick Your Own Cotton (#02 in Shenandoah Sisters Series)
The Sequel to the Best Selling ANGELS WATCHING OVER ME Can They Do the Impossible to Save a Plantation. . . and Themselves? Two very different girls, one the daughter of a slave, the other the daughter of a...
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The Sequel to the Best Selling ANGELS WATCHING OVER ME
Can They Do the Impossible to Save a Plantation. . . and Themselves?
Two very different girls, one the daughter of a slave, the other the daughter of a plantation owner, must fight to stay alive - and together - after being orphaned by the Civil War.
Katie and Mayme are forced to grow up quickly as Rosewood becomes a sanctuary to others. As their numbers increase, so does the risk of their secret getting out. Evil men are searching for Emma's baby, and a young newcomer brings her mother's death - and her father's hate - to Katie's door. Will Mayme risk her freedom - and her life - to protect them all?
Book 2 of Shenandoah Sisters. Mayme and Katie, from entirely different worlds, have been thrown together in the chaotic aftermath of the Civil War. Just teenagers, they are left to survive only by their own wits and shared experiences. Gradually, they are learning to appreciate each other's strengths and to shore up each other's weaknesses. Out of their efforts to simply stay alive comes a growing awareness of the Lord's love and care for them, as well as the dim outlines of a plan to keep Rosewood Plantation operating. The book continues the story begun in Angels Watching Over Me, of two very appealing but contrasting characters and their secret mission to provide a sanctuary for others who have been left alone and adrift by a tragic war.
Michael Phillips is today recognized as one of the Christian bookselling industry's most prolific and versatile authors. He has authored more than 100 books, with total sales exceeding five million copies. He's also the editor of the popular GEORGE MACDONALD CLASSICS series. He and his wife make their home in Eureka, California.