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Rebecca's Legacy

By Betty Thomason Owens

Description:

Nancy and Robert Emerson’s daughter Amy Juliana is doing her best to follow in Mom’s rebellious footsteps.
Her desperate attempt to escape Dad’s control comes at the worst possible time. A threat against their family and Sanderson Industries has Robert Emerson taking extra steps to guarantee his family’s safety. He sends Amy, an heiress and a debutante, to the country to work on a produce farm run by Aunt Rebecca. Humiliated and angry, Amy contemplates a path that will lead her even farther from home, away from Dad’s protection.
Will Aunt Rebecca’s quiet strength and unconditional love be enough to still the prodigal daughter’s rebellious ways, and open her heart to the plight of others around her?
Matt Wordsworth is the man Robert calls upon to help keep his daughter in line. She thinks the guy is an old fuddy-duddy. By the time her ideas about him begin to change, it may be too late. When an old friend tests her loyalty, she is forced to face her past to overcome a guilty conscience. But, is she playing into the hands of the enemy?
Rebecca’s Legacy encourages belief:
• In family honor.
• In love without prejudice.
• In grace as the free gift of God.
• In love as the greatest legacy.

Book Takeaway:

At times, we are all prodigals. We all make mistakes, but as Christians, we have a loving Father who waits for our return, ready to forgive and heal. “For it is by Grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—” [Ephesians 2:8 NIV]

Why the author wrote this book:

This final book of the Legacy series wraps up the story of a dynamic family, reminding us that we are fallible, but God is infallible. Throughout our lives, as we face trials and temptation, a strong family bound by love and faith in God provides a safe haven.

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