Heart of the Country
A novelization of the feature film Heart of the Country . Faith and Luke Carraday have it all. After taking his inheritance from his father's stable, lucrative business to invest in a successful hedge fund with the Michov Brothers, Luke...
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A novelization of the feature film Heart of the Country. Faith and Luke Carraday have it all. After taking his inheritance from his father's stable, lucrative business to invest in a successful hedge fund with the Michov Brothers, Luke is on the fast track as a rising young executive. And Faith, a beautiful singer turned socialite, is settling comfortably into her role as his wife. When rumors of the Michovs' involvement in a Ponzi scheme reach Faith, she turns to Luke for confirmation, and he assures her that all is well. But when Luke is arrested, Faith can't understand why he would lie to her, and she takes off for the farm and the family she turned her back on years ago. Meanwhile, Luke is forced to ask his own family for help as he desperately tries to untangle himself from his mistakes. Can two prodigals return to families they abandoned and hope to be met with open arms? Will a marriage survive betrayal when there is nowhere to run but home?
John Ward is the award-winning illustrator of thirteen books for children. His awards include an Award of Excellence from the Society of Illustrators, NYC, 40th Annual Exhibition, and the Parent’s Choice award for Poppa’s New Pants. He lives in Freeport, NY with his wife, Olympia, where he is an avid player of West African hand drums.
Rene Gutteridge is the author of seven novels, including "Boo, Boo Who," and "Boo Hiss," as well as "Ghost Writer" and "Troubled Waters," Her work as a playwright has been published more than thirty times. A trained screenwriter, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oklahoma City University, earning the "Excellence in Mass Communication" award. She served for five years as the full-time director of drama for First United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City before leaving to be a stay-at-home mom and full-time writer. She enjoys instructing at writer's conferences and college classrooms. Rene lives