Code Monkey is funny but has some bad language, so I won't put that one on.
So here's one of my old favs:
Yeah, it's still zombies, but pretty darn catchy. And ghoulish. And yet sweet.
Happy All Hallows Eve!
"And they all lived happily ever after" for about two minutes. Welcome to my imagination's playhouse. Far horizons beckon, upward limits grow fuzzy.
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea. Antoine de Saint-Exupery
When champion barrel racer Tamsin Tucker is seriously injured at a rodeo, her whole world crashes around her. She is abandoned in a tiny Utah town, where her leg is amputated to save her life. Tamsin's horse is gone, she has no family, and she feels God has forsaken her. Prospects are bleak.
Through what she later realizes is divine intervention, Tamsin finds friendship with her nurse, Sarah, and Travis Mayfield, the handsome doctor who saves her life. Sarah has her own problems, but a faith that Tamsin can't deny. Travis has ghosts of his own and must learn to trust in God as well.
Getting on her feet isn't going to be easy for Tamsin. But with a newfound purpose, the help of friends, a man who adores her, and the matchless love of her Heavenly Father, she will forge a new life.
| ISBN10: 1-4535-8851-5 (Trade Paperback 6x9) |
ISBN13: 978-1-4535-8851-2 (Trade Paperback 6x9)
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