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Redeeming Light

By Annette O'Hare


Sarah Jane McKinney takes over her father’s cattle ranch on the Texas Coast after his death. After a harrowing cattle drive, she sells off the herd saving only the breed stock. Amid this turmoil Sarah finds herself distracted by her uncle’s young law apprentice, Frederick Chessher. To court Sarah, Frederick must end his relationship with a girl in a neighboring town. He leaves Sarah not knowing that a great storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. While Sarah and her family seek refuge in the Bolivar Point Lighthouse, Frederick rushes back to her. Will he make it to Sarah in time, or will the Great Storm of 1900 claim him like thousands of others?

Book Takeaway:

Even though a woman is young and inexperienced she can succeed at what she sets out to do even in the face of great adversity.

Why the author wrote this book:

I chose to write this book because I love researching historical events and how they affected the people who lived during the particular era. The Great Storm of 1900 is still the deadliest natural disaster to ever hit the United States.


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