This week's feature book is Sugar and Spice by Frances Devine.
Cici has put herself in grave danger.
From the back cover:
When Cici Willow, a pastor’s daughter, falls in love with Jimmy Grayson, she feels she must give up a lifelong desire for excitement and adventure. Feeling guilty over her selfishness, she jumps at the chance to do what she thought would be a good deed, but instead she runs straight into danger.
Jimmy is certain about his love for Cici, but he isn’t sure why his future as an attorney no longer satisfies him. Or why he suddenly feels more at home among the poor folks near the docks. To make life more disturbing, the man who exploited Jimmy and his sister has reappeared. When Jimmy sees Cici, standing on the deck of a tour boat with the villain, he can’t believe his eyes. And as the steamer Eastland sinks into the murky Chicago River, will God answer Cici’s prayer to give her a second chance at life and love?
FRANCES DEVINE spent most of her childhood, teen, and young adult years in Dallas, Texas, but lived for five years in a little country community called Brushy Creek among the beautiful pine woods of East Texas. There, she wrote her first story at the age of nine. She moved to Southwest Missouri more than twenty years ago and fell in love with the hills, the fall colors, and Silver Dollar City. Frances considers herself blessed to have the opportunity to write for Barbour Books. She is the mother of seven adult children and has fourteen wonderful grandchildren. Frances is happy to hear from her fans.
Question of the Day: Chicago is a favorite vacation spot for our family. Have you ever been to the Windy City? If so, what do you love to do there?