It is 1933 in Louisville, Kentucky, and Piper Danson decides to ditch the suitor her parents think is perfect and ditch her debut party. She signs up to be a volunteer with the Frontier Nursing Service in Eastern Kentucky where her horseback riding will be done to bring nursing care to isolated mountain families. The publisher of this book is devoted to "high-quality writings that represent historic Christianity and serve the diverse interests and concerns of evangelical readers." "Gabhart handles the Appalachian landscape and culture with skill, bringing them to vibrant life."--Publishers Weekly. "The tenacity and stalwart bravery that Gabhart so skillfully instills in her female lead in this rugged, heartwarming read are to be admired."--Booklist. This is author, Ann H. Gabhart's second Frontier Nursing Service novel. Altogether she has about 30 books to her credit including several Shaker novels and other historical novels. She lives in rural Kentucky a mile from where she was born.
Grand Rapids, Michigan: Revell/Baker Publishing Group, 2020. 368 pages. Trade paperback, $15.99.