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Love at Pebble Creek (Hope Chest of Dreams #5) (Mass Market)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 5 in the Hope Chest of Dreams series.
- #1: Rebecca's Bouquet (Hope Chest of Dreams #1) (Large Print / Hardcover): Email or call for price.
- #2: Annie's Recipe (Hope Chest of Dreams #2) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
- #3: Rachel's Dream (Hope Chest of Dreams #3) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
- #4: Secret at Pebble Creek (Hope Chest of Dreams #4) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
- #6: Promise at Pebble Creek (Hope Chest of Dreams #6) (Mass Market): Email or call for price.
In Lisa Jones Baker’s heartwarming series, precious hand-carved chests hold treasured dreams—and bring blessings to a new generation …
Anna King has a talent—and a secret. Like the birth mother she never knew, Anna is gifted at sketching and longs to study and teach art one day. Unbeknownst to her beloved adoptive family, she’s even entered a contest to win a full scholarship to art college. Sketching isn’t a desirable vocation in her community, so Anna does her work in a remote spot by Pebble Creek and stores it in her beautiful hope chest. Only her family’s farmhand, Jesse Beiler, knows her plans—and that’s by accident …
The bishop’s son, Jessie is surprised to discover Anna’s contest entry form. He can’t imagine wanting a life beyond having his own farm and raising a family. Still, he admires Anna’s spirit and promises to keep her secret, despite their differences. Yet the better he and Anna get to know each other, the more they find their personalities—and their hearts—complement one another. With Gott’s guidance, can they forge the futures they desire—together?
“The heart of this romance goes far beyond stereotypes … providing an unusual and welcome level of insight into the characters’ inner lives.”
—Publishers Weekly on Rebecca’s Bouquet, STARRED REVIEW
“A sweet tale. . . . Forgiveness is a key theme, as is the concept that life is a combination of good and bad situations that make us who we are.”
—RT Book Reviews on Annie’s Recipe
About the Author
Lisa Jones Baker grew up near a small Amish town in Illinois that she frequented with her family on weekends. She's also a dog lover and a fan of Scottsdale, Arizona, where she spent nearly two decades. Lisa graduated from Illinois State University with a French major, has been on five out of seven continents, and considers her parents the best in the world. Raised in a Christian home, Lisa has always been blessed with love and support. She enjoys hearing from readers at LisaJonesBaker.com.