When Miss Peach arrives to take over the only place Maranatha's ever called home---leaving trails of fabric swatches and cloying perfume in her wake---it rouses Maranatha's issues with trust. Can the 17-year-old, whose childhood was bruised by abandonment and abuse, sort out the confusing layers of love for friends, family, boyfriends---and God? 352 pages, softcover from NavPress.
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Customer Reviews for Wishing on Dandelions, Maranatha Series #2
Review 1 for Wishing on Dandelions, Maranatha Series #2
I've so enjoyed both books in the series! The foundation is set for a wonderful read where there could be many more books. I'm very disappointed that there are no more. I feel cheated.
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Review 2 for Wishing on Dandelions, Maranatha Series #2
Beautifully written, captivating story!
Date:March 9, 2012
"Wishing on Dandelions" is the follow up to "Watching the Tree Limbs". Main character Maranatha is coming of age after having faced an abuser and brought him to justice only to face another similar situation that resurfaces old fears. Beautifully written, a captivating storyline with a very interesting cast of characters. "Wishing on Dandelions" leaves me wishing for the rest of Maranatha's story! Will there be a third in this series? I sure hope so!