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The House on Sugar Plum Lane

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The House on Sugar Plum Lane

In her unforgettable Fairbrook novels, Judy Duarte created a town that’s as warm and as welcoming as home. In THE HOUSE ON SUGAR PLUM LANE, old friends and new characters mingle in a poignant story of second chances, new beginnings, faith, and family.

A woman without a past, and a woman whose future is running out, come together when one finds the pieces of a tattered journal that speaks from the heart.

Amy Masterson, a single mom in search of her roots, finds pieces of a torn journal in a three-story house that once belonged to her family. As she uncovers secrets, betrayals, and emotions buried long ago, she feels an inexplicable bond to another young mother who lived in the old Victorian decades earlier, a woman very much like herself.

Ellie Rucker, her mind failing with age, lives with a neighbor who was kind enough to take her in. Each day, the past slips further from her grasp, and her prayers fade. For years, Ellie had asked God to bless the baby her daughter gave up and to facilitate a reconnection. Time is running out for Ellie, until Amy’s faith takes a leap, and a miracle occurs...

THE HOUSE ON SUGAR PLUM LANE © Copyright 2011 by Judy Duarte. Reprinted with permission by Kensington. All rights reserved.

The House on Sugar Plum Lane
by Judy Duarte

  • Publication Date: April 1, 2010
  • Genres: Christian, Fiction
  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • ISBN-10: 0758238940
  • ISBN-13: 9780758238948