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Publisher Description

In a time of crisis, two women come together and set off down a road of hope in this novel in the Tending Roses series from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Before We Were Yours.
Twenty-year-old Jenilee Lane, whose dreams are as narrow as the sky is wide, doesn’t imagine any good could come out of the tornado that has ripped across the Missouri farmland where she makes her home. But some inner spark compels her to take action. To rescue her elderly neighbor Eudora Gibson from the cellar in which she’s been trapped. To make her way to the nearby town of Poetry, where the townspeople have begun to gather in the only building left standing. To collect from the devastated landscape fragments of life that lie strewn about in the tornado’s wake: letters, photographs, and mementos that might mean something to people who have lost everything.
Eudora Gibson didn’t think Jenilee had it in her. But the girl she’s hardly noticed for years is now surprising her—stepping forward with a bravery that inspires Eudora to face her own bitter past. Brought close by tragedy, the two will learn lessons about the resilience of the human spirit and the ties that make a community strong. And together, they will travel to a place that once lay beyond their dreams.

Fiction & Literature
May 6
Penguin Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

Rcput ,

Good Hope

Enjoyed this book . Quite a few more proofing errors in this one. The biggest being the last time heading to the hospital it all of a sudden changes from Springfield to Oklahoma City, which is a long way in the opposite direction. I would enjoy reading the beta books for errors.

Cappyjane ,

Good Hope Road

Lisa Wingate is so very talented! I have read several of her books and I have loved and enjoyed every one. Be glad to find more of her books!

Web of charlotte ,

Dance in the Rain

A beautifully written story about life's struggles and the lessons and joys that can emerge from them... if we let them.
'Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain." Vivian Greene

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