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An inspirational story of Peter and Serenity, young people confronted with the problem of making a true marriage in the midst of the world's demands. Shares Quaker beliefs. For all readers.
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He moved back a step so he could take rennie's face between his palm and look into her eyes. "I wish we could be married some morning at dawn in blue jeans on a hilltop, just you and me, no minister."
Joy is very present in this attractive novel; joy that is deep, contagious, and impressive."-Quaker Life
"At a time when values are threatened and moral standards questioned, it is good to sense once more the inward peace of this oasis-a peace which is in no sense escapist or illusory, but a growing point for action."-Elfrida Vipont Foulds, Author of The Story of Quakerism
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Book Description Ballantine Books, 1976. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0345252225