Return to Paradise relates five critical days in the life of a man by the name of David Martin. In them, his courage, steadfastness, and integrity are tested. Seemingly quite by accident, he finds himself stranded in a small, rural town in Missouri on a trip to visit his friends and family.
While forced to accept this inconvenience, he becomes acquainted with a strange and underhanded situation that will cause foreclosures on many of the farms around this quaint country town. David must decide if he will listen to a voice that tells him to do something to help these people, or will he ignore that inne...
I enjoyed Erin’s Ring for three main reasons: It was well constructed and written, it possessed a richness of history and humanity rarely expressed so well, and it depicted a story of enduring love and courageous faith.
The story opens with Molly McCormick, the eldest of six (soon seven) siblings. In finding someone’s lost Claddagh ring, the plot begins to unfold. Trying to find the owner, Molly befriends Theresa, and both of them together search for the story of the ring, which through the inscription they know belongs to someone named Erin. While seeking the history and ownership of the ...
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