Building Amanda's Future

Amanda's past, present, and future set her on an emotion-filled ride near Route 66 as a man from her past wants to become part of her future. Returning home after her husband and daughter died in a car accident isn't what Amanda wants. Neither does she want to face the man who she believes betrayed her with her friend. But did he? Even if not, can Amanda find forgiveness and love in her heart? More

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About Mildred Colvin

Mildred Colvin has been writing sweet inspirational romance since 2001, and is an award-winning author of more than thirty novels in both historical and contemporary themes. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, and is active in a very special critique group. She is also active in her church and enjoys special times with her husband, children, and grandchildren. Her hobbies, when she has time, include quilting, photography, and gardening. Of course, reading is more than a hobby. It’s a way of life.

About the Series: Route 66
Route 66 is one of the early roads of the American Highway System that in 1926 opened the American West just as the Oregon Trail had done almost one hundred years earlier. Nicknames of this celebrated road are "Main Street of America" and "The Mother Road."

Redeeming Sarah's Present is book two of the Christian romance series, Route 66, formerly published by Barbour Publishing. Three friends, who grew up along Route 66 in Illinois, have spread from the beginning in Chicago, Illinois, to the middle in Amarillo, Texas, and to the end in Los Angeles, California, all staying near the old Mother Road.

Follow Tessa in Amarillo, Sarah in Chicago, and Amanda as she moves from California back to her roots in Illinois. Each must move past their current mindset to rekindle the special love of their past they thought was dead.

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