Livvie's Song (#01 in River Of Hope Series)
Life is far from a breeze for Olivia Beckman, owner of Livvie's Kitchen, a favorite of locals in Wabash, Indiana. The widowed mother of two is struggling to make ends meet - no simple feat, especially when her cook turns...
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Life is far from a breeze for Olivia Beckman, owner of Livvie's Kitchen, a favorite of locals in Wabash, Indiana. The widowed mother of two is struggling to make ends meet - no simple feat, especially when her cook turns in his resignation. Yet she's determined to pull through on her own, just as she did when God failed to save her beloved Frank.
Newly released from a ten-year prison sentence, Will Taylor is ready for a fresh start. With harmonica in hand - the only possession he values, aside from his Bible - he makes his way to Wabash, where a late-night meal at Livvie's Kitchen turns into a job opportunity when the outgoing cook learns about his restaurant experience. What he doesn't know is that the "restaurant" was a prison cafeteria.
But Will became a new man behind bars, thanks to a Christian friend, and he credits God's providence with landing him a job he loves. Soon, he cooks and bakes his way into the stomachs of his customers - and the heart of his employer. Both are hesitant, though, still healing from past hurts. A recipe for love between them will require sharing secrets, braving dangers, and believing God for a bright future.
Born and raised in western Michigan, Sharlene MacLaren attended Springý Arbor University. After graduating, she traveled, then married one of herý childhood friends, and together they raised two lovely daughters. Nowý happily retired after teaching elementary school for thirty-one years, "Shar"ý enjoys reading, singing in the church choir and worship teams, traveling,ý and spending time with her husband, children, and precious grandchildren.ý The acclaimed Through Every Storm was Shar's first novel to be publishedý by Whitaker House, and in 2007, the American Christian Fiction Wr