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As Doves Fly in the Wind

by Mary Lou Cheatham


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/19/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 262
ISBN : 9781973604426
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 262
ISBN : 9781973604419

About the Book

Jessica Boudreaux Hays, a retired music professor, has recently moved to Rousseauville to open a bed and breakfast in her grandparents’ house. An attractive and talented fifty-five-year-old widow, Jessica loves to cook, entertain, and play the piano. Her life is filled with problems. Emmie, her younger sister who lives with her, cannot be left alone. The sisters recently lost their parents in an automobile accident. The residents of the village are charitable but superstitious. For some mysterious reason, they refuse to go near her or the bed and breakfast. Another frustration in Jessica’s life is her cyber romance with a mysterious stranger.

Dale Bonnier, a fifty-five-year-old widower, pastors two small churches in rural south Louisiana. He inspires the people in Rousseauville with his compelling sermons. He is considerate and approachable but at times disorganized and impetuous. His parishioners, especially Jessica, find his preaching inspiring.

Dale has a recurring problem with his past. In the 1980s, when he was an intense young man, he destroyed his home and family as he sought to satisfy his cravings for illicit drugs. Thirty years have passed. God has forgiven him, but the past has left indelible scars. Can Dale forgive himself? He cannot turn his past around, but he hopes it will be used to influence and inspire others.

Jessica tries to start over in Rousseauville, but she encounters unpredicted stormy times. Can she find acceptance? Will she ever find a man she can love and trust?


About the Author

Mary Lou Cheatham (Mary Cooke) spent her childhood on a farm in south Mississippi between Taylorsville and Hot Coffee. Now she lives in Shreveport, Louisiana, with her husband, two talking cats, and three chiming antique clocks. Long ago she taught English, and not so long ago, she retired from her career as a registered nurse. She loves to write fiction.