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As wealthy debutante Violet Beauchamp travels across country on Route 66, she finds a small dog hurt on the road.

Unwilling to leave the dog, she stops at a small Hopi Indian souvenir stand, where she is advised to go to the Holbrook Wigwam Motel. She is also given an enchanted rock, and told that the next man she sees will be the man she marries.

When she meets motel clerk Lee, although handsome and kind, she still believes she is destined to marry a wealthy man in California whom she has never met. Once Lee teaches her a lesson in humility and shares the love of Jesus Christ with her, Violet is no longer sure about marrying anyone but Lee.

Will the enchanted rock give her the man of her dreams, or will God lead her into his plan for her life?

©2016 Teresa Ives Lilly (P)2016 Teresa Ives Lilly

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Very sweet!

This was such a cute story! I liked how the once glamorous debutante who is basically a snob, leans what it means to work for a living. In a reverse “My Fair Lady”, Violet learn to accept Christ and realizes what she use to act like before becoming a Christian. There is also lots of humor in this book.
The narrator did a wonderful job!!