Fine Line: Passion and Providence (Woodcutter's Revival Book 2) Jerry Slauter
Was our nation losing its innocence at the end of the Gilded Age? Fortunes were being made in steel, oil, railroads and banking. Immigrants were streaming in to discover the American Dream.
The Foundling Society was taking care of New York Cityâ€™s children, finding them jobs and providing training or sending them west on orphan trains. Follow the characters as they discern the changing times and attempt to live by faith. As they find love, happiness, purpose and a home, find yourself immersed in this engaging plot as you become endeared to some characters and enraged by others. Discover the fine line between passion and providence, physical, metaphysical and spiritual reality.
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