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One Harvest Knight

By Delia Latham


Shell Prentiss lives in a world of petals and pretties, marred only by the pain of a long-ago loss. The single sour spot in her little Harvest dreamworld is the newsman, Thorne Knight, who dislikes her for no apparent reason. As a fourth-generation owner/editor of The Harvest Herald, Thorne usually makes a point of welcoming new merchants to the close-knit business community. But he has yet to dole out a smile in Shell’s direction—much less a warm welcome. When Shell says things are disappearing from her shop, Thorne goes on the defensive. Harvest Square hasn’t seen a theft worth speaking of in over a decade. He’d known the fancy little florist was too pretty to be good news. Now she’ll have all the merchants in an uproar of panic and suspicion. Shared volunteer time at a unique soup kitchen forces the two to see good things in each other, especially when they work together to improve the life of a homeless child. He’s scarred from the past. She’s hurting from an old loss. Between God and the twin sisters who own Grace Kitchen, might love await two painfully haunted hearts?

Book Takeaway:

Pasts can be painful, but God is bigger than any pain.

Why the author wrote this book:

This book is part of a multi-author series based around a unique soup kitchen.


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