A Miller’s Creek Novel (Book 2)
Christian Contemporary Romance
by Cathy Bryant

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“Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.” ~Proverbs 3:5-6

A recently-widowed woman is tired of being rescued. Though surrounded by friends and family, Trish is determined to blaze a path for herself and her daddy-starved little boy without outside help. Unfortunately, her attempt to run a small business just doesn’t pay the piles of bills. Though the new attorney in town seems interested in both her and little Bo, the timing is all wrong. At heart, she’s a small town girl, but will her current life circumstances mean leaving Miller’s Creek, the only home she’s ever known?

When a world-weary lawyer starts a new practice in Miller’s Creek, he’s prepared for business challenges, but not for falling in love. Can the new attorney romance Trish and get through the wall of stubborn hurt encasing her heart? And can they see past their limited human understanding to take a path less traveled?

Written with the feel of Mitford and Mayberry, readers have fallen in love with Miller’s Creek. Will you? If you love Christian contemporary romance and inspirational women’s fiction, you enjoy this feel-good novel. Grab your copy of this book about hope, faith, and second chances.


“Although it is fiction, I know this one will stay with me for a long time.”

“Another entertaining story about family and friends in Miller’s Creek. I love the atmosphere of the little town that Bryant conveys so well in her novels. I want to live there!”

“If you enjoy a good story with a wonderful message then stop by Miller’s Creek. Don’t forget to bring your appetite, cause Mama Beth is the best cook around!”

“This author has won my heart and soul with her writing style.”

“Cathy Bryant’s delightful writing style will grab your attention and have you hoping the story never ends. You will find yourself laughing one minute and shedding silent tears the next.”

“I really enjoyed this well-written Christian romance. Good conflict, good character development. Has humor, warmth, small-town feel.”

“This was a fulfilling story that had me binge read!”


Don’t forget to also check out Cathy’s LifeSword Non-fiction Titles.


Cathy BryantNever would I have guessed in a million years how the Lord would use the theme of this book in my own life. Shortly after writing the story, I learned firsthand that sometimes God leads us in ways that might not make sense by human standards. The words of Robert Frost are very appropriate with this story and helped determine the title of the book: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”


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