The Traveling Prayer Shawl by Jennifer Lynn Cary
Her dream account just landed in her lap…
…So did the future of her family
And she’s got two months to save them both.
Cami Madison’s grandmother died, leaving her with a task she must complete or all the inheritance goes to charity. Plus her boss handed her the ad campaign that will win her the coveted vice presidency opening.
Both have the same time table.
When she realizes the projects are intertwined, things really start to unravel.
Kate Hanson raised her granddaughter after the child became an orphan in a car accident. But not all scars are on the outside.
Can Kate’s last request help Cami to heal?
Will Cami be able to step up to the job?
You will love this split-time women’s romance because when family is on the line, everyone knows the only way to survive is wrapped in prayer.
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Hi there! My name is Jenny though I write Christian Historical Romance under the name Jennifer Lynn Cary. I enjoy sharing God-centered stories of love, forgiveness, and redemption. And romance, gotta have romance. I’m a retired teacher who’s celebrated forty years with the same wonderful guy, the mother of three beautiful and brilliant young women who married three handsome, intelligent young men and gave me three amazing grandchildren. And, sorry (not sorry), this Mimi loves to brag on them. You’ve been warned. Besides reading, I love to crochet and bake (if someone else will clean), and travel. I’ve even been to Ireland and stood in the ruins of where my great, great, great grandfather’s great, great grandparents were married. That was a trip–pun intended. Feel free to follow me for updates on my writing and to sometimes get a glimpse of this crazy writing life.
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BTW, if you want to see my official bio, here it is.
Jennifer Lynn Cary likes to say you can take the girl out of Indiana, but you can’t take the Hoosier out of the girl. Now transplanted to the Arizona desert, this direct descendant of Davy Crockett and her husband of forty years enjoy time with the family where she shares tales of her small town heritage and family legacies with their grandchildren.