Part of the Love's Christmas PAST collection from Prism Book Group
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From the publisher:
In the late 1800s, Grant and Lily have established their farm amongst the bluffs of western Wisconsin. As they anticipate the birth of their first child, tragedy strikes. With shaken faith and grief driving a wedge between them, is it possible for three orphans to heal Grant and Lily’s heart and relationship?
For a short read, Fragile Blessings packs a lot in, leaving the reader to ponder the events of the story long after the last page. Baganz has the ability to transport readers to the past effortlessly, making you feel as though you’re in the cabin, on the farm, or traveling through the snow with Grant and Lily.
Told from the viewpoint of the main characters, readers will struggle through emotions, tense situations, tragedy, and heartache at both sad and newfound, precious and sweet events in the lives of these settlers. Using real communities and even little facts, like the round barns built there, Fragile Blessings will stroke your heartstrings. Life and love, even faith, is a fragile entity, but the ability to grow, accept that God is in control, and move on without forgetting and through the help of loved ones, is the surest blessing. Recommended for those who like a bite of an historical inspirational story with a lot to think about.
About the author:
Susan M. Baganz chases after three Hobbits and is a native of Wisconsin. She is an Acquisitions Editor with Prism Book Group specializing in bringing great romance novels and novellas to publication. Susan writes adventurous historical and contemporary romances with a biblical world-view.
She has been published in Splickety Magazine and in the I Choose You anthology with OakTara Press. Her contemporary inspirational novels form The Orchard Hill Romances and include: Pesto & Potholes (2015),Salsa & Speed Bumps (Jan. 2016). Feta & Freeways (Sept. 2016), Root Beer & Road Blocks, Bratwurst & Bridges and Donuts & Detours.
Susan speaks, teaches and encourages others to follow God in being all He has created them to be. With her seminary degree in counseling psychology, a background in the field of mental health, and years serving in church ministry, she understands the complexities and pain of life as well as its craziness. She serves behind-the-scenes in various capacities at her church. Her favorite pastimes are lazy ones—snuggling with her dog while reading a good book, or sitting with a friend chatting over a cup of spiced chai latte.