Sally was a devout Christian orphan girl living simply in New York City until a friend handed her a letter, which would change her life forever. Her parents had sent it and not only did she learn they were alive; but that they had a potential husband for her and he would be waiting on their estate. She embarks on the days-long journey across the country and there she meets Mark, who is everything she’d want in a husband, if only she wasn’t already promised to another. She knows that she may not survive the journey to San Francisco without falling in love with the handsome man who is rapidly winning her heart.
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This story had me riveted from the very beginning. It was read in such a way that made me hardly able to find out what happened next. And the way Mr. Smith read about Sally selling her produce and baking a cake, I was actually in my kitchen baking a cake while listening to the rest of the story! And reading about how much Sally enjoyed steak... that made me hungry too! But the best part of the story was how the characters put their trust in God for their lives - what a fine example to live by!