Bess, the “mistake” of a prostitute in the largely unsettled Midwest, knew no other life growing up than the brothel, where she was raised, then taught her profession. In spite of warnings about falling in love with her customers, Bess found herself intrigued by one man who tugged at her heart, then mysteriously disappeared. Weeks later he returned to share a story so amazing that she began to wonder, Might there be a new chance even for someone like me? Robert Sheldon agonizes as he watches polio slowly take its toll on his beautiful wife, Anita. He has his hands full with an invalid, four energetic children, and a farmhouse and desperately needs help. But might his help come in a completely different way than he expects — on the wings of grace?

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About The Author

Judi Ann Ehresman grew up in Indiana, but she and her husband have since moved to Virginia to be near their children and grandchildren. She became a pastor’s wife, mother of two boys, owned and managed several businesses, and has been a popular oral reader of her short stories and poetry at children’s and women’s banquets and teas.

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