Gardenia Sunrise

Gardenia Sunrise


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Gardenia Sunrise

Brandje (pronounced Bran-dee) never considered herself one of the Shepherd’s lost lambs until she learns that she has cancer. Broken-hearted and frightened by the drastic measures it will take to provide even the remotest hope for a cure, she flees to her villa on the west coast of France where she hopes to prepare herself emotionally and spiritually to meet God. Her plans are altered when Nathan, an American with a hot temper, arrives for his annual holiday at the villa, unaware that his reservation has been canceled. Brandje’s remarkable journey of spiritual and romantic discovery touches both heart and soul with enlightenment, hope and inspiration.

Excerpt: Nathan pondered the situation carefully as he nudged the door open again with the tope of his shoe. A woman was sleeping in his bed. His bed! His reaction changed from surprise to anger, which frustrated him even more because of his struggle to conquer his quick temper. She had no right! He’d rented the villa legally and she would have to go . . . then Nathan grinned mischievously and arched an eyebrow. This might prove a very interesting situation, he decided at once. Very interesting indeed!”

Gentle reader, please be aware that while medical science has expanded far beyond the medical parameters in this novel, Gardenia Sunrise was written when transplantation was in its infancy. It is the author’s hope that current medical knowledge will advance even further. Perhaps in the future a patient may be able to swallow a simple pill and grow his or her own new organs, bones, muscles, etc. Regardless, Gardenia Sunrise gives a message of hope and resilience that may be able to mend even Brandje’s broken heart.

Praise for Gardenia Sunrise
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“Reading Gardenia Sunrise was like taking a trip to France. The descriptive way Sherry Ann Miller has of portraying people and places is a delight to the senses. She took me on an enjoyable journey; I found myself wishing it would never end. Gardenia Sunrise is a spine-tingling drama about life and love; a heart-thumping, inspirational romance of the finest kind!” ~ Carol Mallory

“I just finished reading Gardenia Sunrise and had to let you know how wonderful it was! You are a fantastic writer! . . . your book brought me such joy. May Heavenly Father continue to bless you as you write. You help to strengthen testimonies.” ~ Anamarie Roy"

“I loved your story. I bought Gardenia Sunrise two weekends ago and fell in love with it. I think you are a wonderful writer and I look forward to reading more.” ~ Ruth Brewer

“Your book (Gardenia Sunrise) arrived yesterday afternoon! I got up early this morning and did not stop until I had read the whole book! I was so glad I did not have any pressing obligations because it was hard to put down! It was nice to have a book that conveyed our church's views and standards. My daughter asked if it made me cry . . . that is an indicator in this family if something is good and I had to tell her it did! You have a gift –– which I thank you for sharing!” ~ Doloris Dutton

“I decided to re-read your other books again, while my eye sight holds out, so I'm well into Gardenia Sunrise again, and enjoying it as much the second time.” ~ Diane Anglesey

“Of all the books you’ve written, Gardenia Sunrise is my favorite.” ~ Al Stone

“My favorite book you have written is Gardenia Sunrise. I've read it over and over.” ~ Noelle Platt

     
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