Jilly Gardner left home ten years ago with a broken heart, determined never to return. But the ache in her heart has never healed, and when Cam Lane calls to ask for her help...she finds she can't say no. Cam doesn't know what came between Jilly and her foster family, but he feels it's time she set things straight. But how can Cam address the unforgiveness in his friends' lives when his own is paralyzed with self-inflicted guilt and shame? Will Cam and Jilly ever realize that unconditional, forgiving love comes only from God the Father, whose mercies are new each morning?
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Customer Reviews for Where the Dogwoods Bloom
Review 1 for Where the Dogwoods Bloom
Date:November 28, 2012
I did not like this book at all! For me, it was boring and a waste of time.
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Review 2 for Where the Dogwoods Bloom
Story has mystery and romance.
Date:July 6, 2012
Where the Dogwoods Bloom has just enough msytery to keep you reading and a slow developing romance to keep it interesting. And it shows you God's plans are not always your plans.