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When Sarah McKinney's father dies tragically, she takes over the cattle ranch on the Texas Gulf Coast. To save the breed stock and make a fresh start, Sarah is forced to lead a harrowing cattle drive to sell off the herd. Amid the turmoil, Sarah finds herself distracted by her uncle’s young law apprentice, Frederick Chessher.
Frederick is drawn to the strong woman who stares adversity in the eye and wins, but if he is to court Sarah, Frederick must end a relationship with a girl from Beaumont, Texas. He sets off.
When a great storm hits from the Gulf of Mexico, Frederick rushes back on an ill-fated train ride.
Will he make it to the Bolivar Point Lighthouse where Sarah has taken refuge, or will he be claimed by the storm like thousands of others?
I don't remember the last time I laughed out loud or chuckled so much reading a book. Annette O'Hare is a marvelous storyteller and she writes humor so effortlessly with such subtlety.
The later part of the book is quite grim though, the author having taken some of the details from the devastating flood that actually happened in history.
I liked the author's work so much that, half-way through Redeeming Light, I went and bought another one of her books with one click! I am also considering buying Redeeming Light and other of her titles for the church library.
Flora - PBG Booklover