Lark by Julane Hiebert
Book Two in the Brides of a Feather trilogy
From the first page to the last, Julane Hebert’s Lark is a complete delight. From memorable characters that you will fall in love with to a love story that kept me guessing and rooting for the couple at the same time, this novel is one I won’t soon forget. I couldn’t put it down! Do yourself a favor and pick up a copy for a fabulous summer escape!
—Kathleen Y’Barbo, award-winning author of Firefly Summer
Lark Wenghold hates Kansas, gets queasy around small humans, and has vehemently declared she has no intention to marry. Ever. However, to honor her papa’s dictum that the Wengholds never go back on their word, she consents to travel to Kansas to be present at the birth of her sister’s first child.
Her obligatory adventure begins when she hurriedly boards the train to Kansas, hoping to thwart Albert Harvey’s uninvited company. On the wrong train, going the wrong direction, and with a family of six children as seatmates, Lark is forced to face challenges that heretofore were her worst nightmares. Within a few short days of arrival in Cedar Bluff, Kansas, Lark’s ordered world begins spinning out of control.
While in a dark cellar of fear and despair, will Lark finally accept that God’s plans are better than hers?