Some Wildflower in My Heart (#02 in Derby Series)
Except for their small-town heritage, Margaret and Birdie have nothing in common. Margaret is quick-witted and wealthy. Birdie is homely and humble. But Birdie has something Margaret needs: God's forgiveness, and healing from a painful past. 368 pages, from Bethany...
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Except for their small-town heritage, Margaret and Birdie have nothing in common. Margaret is quick-witted and wealthy. Birdie is homely and humble. But Birdie has something Margaret needs: God's forgiveness, and healing from a painful past. 368 pages, from Bethany
Margaret Tuttle's story is one of love unsought, for she had been perfectly content with the well-ordered and conveniently predictable life she had arranged for herself.But something dark lurks beneath the surface of her placid and uncluttered being, something dusty with neglect, yet painful to the touch.Birdie Freeman is everything Margaret is not: homely, humble, and generous. It is Birdie who manages, through nothing but acts of love, to dredge up Margaret's memories of things better left buried. Then Margaret discovers that Birdie harbors secrets of her own.
A uniquely written novel that allows readers to experience one woman's moving transformation into faith. Richly textured with true-to-life characters, flavored by a small-town southern setting.
Jamie Langston Turner is currently a professor of creative writing and literature at Bob Jones University in South Carolina. She describes her writing as, "a journey into God's truth using the wonderful vehicle of fiction." She has had a lifelong interest in promoting God's kingdom through the written word and works from credo that, "A story can get its toe in the door where a sermon often can't." A college professor for thirty-four years, she has written extensively for a variety of periodicals. Her novels have earned both the Angel and Christy Awards. Jamie's first novel, Suncatchers, launched her journey toward recognition of her latest novel, Winter Birds, in Publisher's Weekly's Best Books of 2006: "Genuine humour and well-crafted characters make this a memorable and inspiring novel." - Publisher's Weekly. Jamie's other titles include Some Wildflower in my Heart, No Dark Valley, and By the Light of a Thousand Stars.