Second novel from author Konnie Viner does not disappoint
FAITH NEWS SERVICE – Maci Driscoll was a happily married, successful artist enjoying life on the coast of Maine. The sudden death of her beloved husband rocked both her world and her faith. Anger, bitterness, and resentment fill her heart and stifle her art.
Seeking peace and a fresh start, she sells her seaside home and moves inland to a lovely century bungalow surrounded by blueberry fields. As she learns the history of her new home and the struggles and losses of its original owner, Maci finally finds the courage to deal with her own grief and waning faith.
But Maci’s new home has more to share than just its owner’s history. A simple renovation project brings hidden items to light. Can she reunite a star-crossed couple, solve a decades-old murder, and find herself again? Or will she remain in the sorrow and increasing bitterness that are weighing her down?
“I’ve experienced loss, grief, brokenness, disappointment, and drastic, unexpected changes in my own life,” says author Konnie Viner. “Learning to trust God and His faithfulness in those times was a slow and painful process. I wrote Blueberry Bungalow to encourage those who are at that lonely crossroad between questioning and accepting God’s plan and to assure them that, yes, God is faithful. And yes, everything He allows, He uses for good for those who love Him.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Konnie Viner writes to encourage women with the assurance of God’s love and faithfulness. She is also the author of Amaryllis Journey (2020) and Rested Soul, Resilient Heart (2017). She holds a BS in Education from the University of Kansas and an MS in Business Management from the University of Redlands, CA. Konnie cherishes time with her three grandchildren. An avid photographer, she finds particular joy in capturing the ever-changing beauty of sunrise and sunset.
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