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Camp Field Capable

By Cindy M. Amos


Materials engineer Mason Porter rescues HR director Glori Dawes when a platform collapses under her at the kickoff presentation for Coleman Company’s “America Goes Camping” campaign. To return the favor, Glori selects Mason as her camping husband, which launches a filming adventure through three national parks. When admiration kindles a deeper spark, Mason will have to force the issue regarding the ring on her finger that represents her vow with the devious Marketing director in charge of the campaign. Is it phony—or matrimony? Back at work someone sabotages the company’s million dollar lantern assembly line. Mason’s equipment inspection points to the same dark character, while the aftermath of her shattered engagement places Glori’s reputation at risk in a twisted exposé. As Mason digs for the ultimate truth, Glori must confront her childhood allegiances to cling to a love meant to last.

Welcome to the dawn of the age of plastics, a state of the art injection mold technology ushering in a lightweight polymer that may leave one forward-thinking engineer heavy-hearted in the end.

Set in Wichita, Kansas, headquarters for the world-famous Coleman Company, in spring 1958.

Book Takeaway:

Avoidance of vows and oaths frees the individual to live a genuine life, so let your yay be yay, and your nay be nay according to Scripture

Why the author wrote this book:

To depict how entangled a misaligned oath may become even if undertaken for all the right reasons


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