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Readers are invited to follow old brick walkways, cobblestone streets in a contemporary setting.
No place is lovelier than Savannah, and it’s the perfect setting for Jonathan Rayburn to meet Keri McGuire, an exceptional beauty with auburn hair. Readers will discover how a homeless Vietnam veteran impacts their lives. Untested in his spiritual faith, Jonathan faces his emotional highs and lows by seeking his grandmother’s godly advice.
Meanwhile, Jonathan’s law school friend in St. Augustine, Daniel Stanton, visits the home of a wealthy client. Mrs. Quinn's portrait catches his attention; one nearly identical portrait of her granddaughter, Miss Laura Martin, captures his wishful thoughts. Challenged with circumstances beyond his control, he defends his ethics with Laura, a gorgeous but argumentative nurse. Countless obstacles bring him to his knees, yet he holds to his convictions, desiring to be Laura's truest friend.
Filled with spirited dialogue and interspersed with passages from “Jane Eyre,” this novel introduces a lively cast of characters. One reader commented, “I felt I was reading a travelogue, which made the scenery in my mind vivid through the color of illustrious scripting.”