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The Freedom of the Soul

by Tracey Bateman

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To Chris Lynxwiler---sister of my heart and forever friend. It's a pleasure to be in the trenches with you. This year has been challenging for us both, but God's grace is sufficient.
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Oregon 1949
Shea hated drizzle. She preferred the sky to remain still or open up and pound the earth with the force of its fury.
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Hoping to hold on to the one place she's called home, Shea Penbrook finds her ancestor's diaries and unearths a secret legacy that sends her to faraway Georgia. Within the journals was the century-old account of a former slave which runs amazingly parallel to Shea's own past...Jonas Riley doesn't trust the waif who saved his friend's life, but gratitude demands he invite her to stay at Penbrook House, his family home. Can love bloom in the midst of deceit and mystery?… (more)

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