Emma’s Dream

From the land who introduced the Christmas tree, an old German superstition stated should a maiden wish to know if she’ll be married in the year, she should go out to the chicken coop on Christmas Eve and knock on the door. If she hears a rooster crow, she will. But if she hears a hen instead, she won’t.

Chicken coop

As a historical inspirational romance, one of my goals was to give an accurate account of the time period while exposing the inaccuracy in the quotes and beliefs in a humorous way.
This is a story of love that’s being tested by distance and has the perfect combo of love, faith and humor. A delightful read.

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Combining history, humor, and romance with an emphasis on faith, friends, and good clean fun, Emma’s Dream is a delightful tale that reminds us how God uses adversity to strengthen us and draw us closer to Him.

Emma’s Dream is available to read for free on:

Kindle Unlimited https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KVN91SP

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