|About the Book|
Double cousins raised as sisters!Anne Atwood and Colleen O’Brien navigate the troubled waters of growing up and falling in love. When Anne falls for William Rohmeier, her perfect man, the one Colleen calls Anne’s knight in shining armor, everything... MoreDouble cousins raised as sisters!Anne Atwood and Colleen O’Brien navigate the troubled waters of growing up and falling in love. When Anne falls for William Rohmeier, her perfect man, the one Colleen calls Anne’s knight in shining armor, everything goes awry.William leaves Denver to join his family on their ranch with a promise to write each week. Anne’s heart is broken when no letters come, and she listens to her friend, Graham Prescott, when he hesitantly reveals unflattering things about William’s character. What is the use? William obviously wasn’t what she thought. When Graham becomes her suitor, she decides she may as well marry him as anyone. At least he seems to love her.William doesn’t understand why Anne isn’t answering the letters he has faithfully sent. As soon as he can, he makes the trip to Denver to find out what’s wrong. There, his heart is crushed when he discovers Anne is in New York City shopping for her wedding to another man.Colleen is devastated when Anne and Graham Prescott announce their engagement as she knows Graham doesn’t love Anne because he loves her. The elderly Longworth sisters use hilarious manipulation in an attempt to help Colleen set things right.Graham’s life is ruled by insecurity from his impoverished background. His efforts to win Anne’s heart so he can gain her wealth bring him face-to-face with his inner man.Two couples searching for love, but will they find the right partners? Although God is not the author of confusion, could He be using theirs as a tool to bring each to a right relationship with Him?