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Harvest time at Heather Creek Farm is an exciting time, but the kids don't seem to be getting into the spirit. One day while he's wandering through the fields, Christopher stumbles across an old piece of metal buried in the ground. He doesn't know what it is, but he hides it in the shed.
That night, the garden by the house is uprooted. Who could have done such a thing? Charlotte is determined to find out, but is distracted when she gets news that Sam is failing school. The sullen teen is indifferent and won't study. He starts spending a lot of time with Pete. Though she loves her son dearly, Pete never finished high school, and Charlotte is afraid he'll encourage Sam to do the same. How can she help him get back on track?
A gripping story that examines the Stevenson family's history as well as its shaky future, Sweet September will bring you deeper into the loving community of Bedford and the deep ties of love that bind this broken family together. As they forge new connections, you'll be entertained, inspired, and reminded that God's grace can make all things new.
Since Sweet September is all about family, Tricia wants to meet yours.
Leave a comment on Tricia's blog tour post sharing who your favorite family member is (think beyond hubby and kids) and why.
You'll be entered into a drawing to win William-Sonoma’s Pumpkin Harvest Loaf Pan & Quick Bread Set.
Pattie at Fresh Brewed Writer
What surprised me about the first two books of the Heather Creek series is that they are inspirational without being emotionally manipulative! That is a big plus to me. This is well-written Christian fiction that is relevant to today's world without being saccharine.
Beth at The Writing Road
Sweet September was just that--a sweet read that reinforced the importance of faith and family-and believing that God's grace is sufficient for all things.
Amy at Amy’s Random Thoughts
Sweet September was a wonderful read by Tricia Goyer whom I have recently discovered. What a great writer. This book read like a TV show, I could picture the entire story in my head. I can not wait to read more!!!!!! This is another set of books I would totally recommend.
Jill at Christian Work At Home Moms
A gripping story that examines the Stevenson family's history as well as its shaky future, Sweet September will bring you deeper into the loving community of Bedford and the deep ties of love that bind this broken family together.
Christy at Christy's Book Blog
Margaret at The Cappuccino Life
Sweet September is actually the second in a series (Home To Heather Creek), but is perfectly wonderful as a stand-alone novel as well. As an aside, this is her first published contemporary novel, and I think she did a fine job on it!
Kate at A Simple Walk
Sweet September was a fantastic read filled with lovable characters, a fascinating storyline, and a setting that is so well-written it becomes as much of the storyline as the plot itself. As I read this book, I found myself caring very deeply about what would happen in the life of this "cobbled-together family."
Patty at Girlfriends in God
I can tell you that the author, Tricia, immediately draws you into this family and from the very beginning you can feel the pain that the children were dealing with from the death of their mother, to their father’s abandonment. This book could apply to any one of us.
Diane at Diane’s Place
Deborah at A Cup of Joy
Cara at Cara's Musings
Laura at LightHouse Academy
Leticia at My Daily Trek
Tasra at Real Women Scrap
Jamie at Surviving the Chaos
Lauren at Baseballs and Bows
Melissa at Breath of Life
Deena at A Peek at My Bookshelf
Sunny at Life in the Estrogen Ocean
Susan at His Reading List
Deborah at Books, Movies and Chinese Food
Pam at Without Fear
Heather at Mumblings of a Mommy Monk
Brittanie at A Book Lover
Mary at Home Steeped Hope
Lynetta at Open Book
Trish at Books for Moms
Amy at My Friend Amy
Christina at Mustard Seeds Shelf
Lena Nelson at A Christian Writer's Life