Recovering from the heartbreak of a failed engagement, Rose Anson seeks refuge at a resort on Singing Pines Island. But when a flamboyant Canadian, a big-hearted American, and Rose’s ex-fiance each compete for her love, the young artist must face her past-and her future. What follows is a search for the source and meaning of true love: a journey begins in Rose’s heart and concludes in her soul. Readers will share a summer of vibrant, unforgettable beauty on an island paradise as two people find the courage to reach out to God-and to each other- in Cherish.
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About Constance Colson
Constance Colson is a freelance writer who still spends part of her summers at her parent’s resort on Lake of the Woods, where she grew up. She holds a bachelor of arts in English writing and a master’s degree in… More about Constance Colson
Published by Multnomah Jun 01, 1995| 266 Pages| 5 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9780880708029