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RETURNING TO THE BOOTHEEL DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION IS BITTERSWEET FOR JESSIE STEVENS. When she and her brother come back to the home they fled years earlier, they find Gabe Kirby, their neighbor who was kind to Jessie as a girl, guarding the farm. Successful cotton farmer Gabe remembers Jessie fondly from childhood. But the grown up Jessie takes his breath away, even though he thought his life would be devoted to helping others and would not include marriage. Can he convince her--and himself--that they can find happiness together?
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Helen Brown grew up in a small Missouri town and changed colors when she married her pastor and became Helen Gray. While working alongside her husband in his ministry, she had three children, taught school, directed/accompanied church music programs, and became an amateur ventriloquist. Now retired, with the children gone from the nest, she and her supportive husband still live in their native Missouri Ozarks where he roams the woods, hunts and fishes, and she weaves stories meant to honor God and depict Christian lives and problems as she knows and observes them. Helen thanks God for the time and opportunity to write and considers it an added blessing if her stories touch others in even a small way.
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