Summer to Remember: Main Street Minden, #4 by Tara Grace Ericson

Summer to Remember: Main Street Minden, #4

byTara Grace Ericson

Kobo ebook | September 9, 2019

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Fitting together might be more important than fitting in.

Danielle Washington never felt like she belonged. After she loses her bakery job, she is left with no family, no job, no car, and no money to pay rent. When she gets a call that an aunt she doesn't remember breaks a hip, Danielle jumps at the chance to come help. Maybe the small town holds chance to start over. Or at least discover the secrets that kept her mother from ever returning home.

Mark Dawson doesn't fit a mold, either. His family has lived in small-town Minden his entire life, but his trendy style and that's-definitely-not-a-sport interests didn't always fit in. As a middle-school teacher, Mark tries to teach students it's okay to embrace your quirks; a lesson he also finds himself reiterating to the cute new baker in town. But when he is accused of the unthinkable and his career and community threaten to crumble; the shame is too much to share.

Danielle finds herself caught up in the charm of small-town life and the handsome school teacher who shares her love of video games and superheroes. But can she overcome the skeletons of the past to connect with the only family she has left? Will Mark's own secrets push them apart before they ever have a chance? The healing power of the truth and God's provision are front and center in this story of forgiveness, acceptance, community, and love.

Title:Summer to Remember: Main Street Minden, #4Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 9, 2019Language:English

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Fitting together might be more important than fitting in.Danielle Washington never felt like she belonged. After she loses her bakery job, she is left with no family, no job, no car, and no money to pay rent. When she gets a call that an aunt she doesn't remember breaks a hip, Danielle jumps at the chance to come help. Maybe the small town holds chance to start over. Or at least discover the secrets that kept her mother from ever returning home.Mark Dawson doesn't fit a mold, either. His family has lived in small-town Minden his entire life, but his trendy style and that's-definitely-not-a-sport interests didn't always fit in. As a middle-school teacher, Mark tries to teach students it's okay to embrace your quirks; a lesson he also finds himself reiterating to the cute new baker in town. But when he is accused of the unthinkable and his career and community threaten to crumble; the shame is too much to share.Danielle finds herself caught up in the charm of small-town life and the handsome school teacher who shares her love of video games and superheroes. But can she overcome the skeletons of the past to connect with the only family she has left? Will Mark's own secrets push them apart before they ever have a chance? The healing power of the truth and God's provision are front and center in this story of forgiveness, acceptance, community, and love.