Always Green (#02 in Garden Gates Series)
Mibby Garrett could really use three things: a book that will tell her how to get through to her teenage son; enough money to pay for the new water heater; and a long, gentle rainstorm to nourish her clients' gardens,...
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Mibby Garrett could really use three things: a book that will tell her how to get through to her teenage son; enough money to pay for the new water heater; and a long, gentle rainstorm to nourish her clients' gardens, end the summer drought, and save her garden-design business.
A week's supply of Sweet Suzy Strawberry Cream Balls would be nice, too. Romance, maybe - but only if the man is at least as reliable as her black Lab and prepared to be an awesome role model for her son.
Most of all, she'd just like a few days with no surprises. She sure hasn't asked for what happens instead. . .
"The Garden Gates series continues with a glimpse at how God's promises lead one woman through a season of loneliness. Both thought-provoking and fun, this second-chance romance features colorful characters, light-hearted humor, and moving spiritual themes"--Provided by publisher.
Mibby Garrett isn???t asking for much, just a white knight to rescue her from lonely widowhood, her faltering garden design business, and an unrelenting drought. Or she???d settle for a super dad to guide her son, Ky, through the harrowing years of adolescence. Instead, her free-spirited mother and acerbic sister show up on her doorstep, only magnifying her loneliness. Mentor and friend Louise reminds Mibby that God??'s blessings flow during droughts of the land and droughts of the heart. Can Mibby put her confidence in Him and discover what it means to be always green and growing? Garden Gates Book 2.
Patti Hill, after years of raising children and then joyfully teaching elementary school, finally took her long-ago college English professor's advice ("You should be a writer") and fulfilled the dream of having her first novel published to wide acclaim in 2005. She writes almost every day now and lives with her husband in Grand Junction, Colorado.