Harvest of Hope
Auralie Covington has been promised to a man she barely knows--the son of a wealthy plantation owner whose political connections with her father resulted in the arranged marriage. Although she dreads ending up like her mother--nothing more than an ornament on her husband's arm--she doesn't know how to change what she sees as inevitable.
Readers will see that hope is real and alive when placed in God's hands.
Why the author wrote this book:
Separation of social classes has long divided communities, nations, and individuals. HARVEST OF HOPE defines the possibilities that can be achieved when God is allowed to erase the man-made boundaries between rich and poor, treachery and truth, and fear versus faith.