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Ruby Slippers by Leanna Ellis

Product Description
Dottie Meyers, 35, is a real-life Dorothy Gale living with her little black dog on a small farm in Kansas that’s about to be hit by a tornado. Knocked unconscious by the storm, she awakes three months later at a recovery facility in California where her father, last seen when she was four, has left her a mysterious pair of ruby slippers.
But unlike The Wizard of Oz, this isn’t a dream, and the yellow brick road journey that Dottie and three friends are about to take from Los Angeles to Seattle in search of her dad will show the realities of a broken childhood. More importantly, everything connected to those sparkling red shoes will prove to Dottie that there’s only one true wonder worker behind the so-called curtain who can heal her wounds and prepare the heart for love.

About the Author

Image of Leanna EllisLeanna Ellis takes a back seat to no one,' says Debbie Macomber. But Leanna knows God is in the driver's seat as she taxies her two children to and from all their activities, chases her menagerie of pets in and out ... in and out ..., tracks down what to cook for dinner (or where to order takeout), and traverse the hills and dales of this writing career. Winner of the National Readers Choice Award, Leanna writes quirky women's fiction with a splash of romance. Descended from a long line of southerners and patriots, she lives with her family in Texas.




My Review
What a great story!  Finding your Heavenly Father is always amazing!

Dottie is a character that you can easily fall in love with!  This 35 year old women is so easy to get a long with! I can imagine being a friend with her, though she is a few years older than I! (I had to throw that in there!! LOL!) 

This story was very engaging and fun! Well written and easy to read.

Worth the journey! Worth the read! Worth your time! Read it!


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This books was provided by B&H Publishing.

2 comments:

lilly said...

You just had to specify you're not that old yet, huh? LOL! Anyway, sounds like a great uplifting story, something I would love to read.

Megan said...

This was a fun book, wasn't it!

I gave you an award at my blog.

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