Reviews for “All Roads Lead Home”

All Roads Lead Home

One day Graceanne Willis was enjoying a softball game between the Waynoka Harvey Girls team and a team made of train engineers from the same depot.

Then Charles Lindberg landed on the playing field and announced his plans make Waynoka the hub of the first ever transcontinental transport service by air-and-train. Graceanne’s beau Peter is offered a job with the fledgling air transport

Does Graceanne trust God—and Peter–enough to let go? The two of them embark on a cross country journey to discover whether their paths will merge, or head in separate directions.

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“A delightful look at a Harvey Girl, her beau, and a flight with Charles Lindbergh. I really enjoyed looking at this time in the history of the Southwest. Nicely written. Loved it!!!!!”



“This was a great story that has some history in it, regarding the Harvey Houses and the Lindbergh. The story was very interesting and kept my interest that I didn’t want it to end. There is biblical references as well. I would recommend this to anyone looking for some history regarding the Harvey House and wanting a short read.”



Wonderful story

This is the story of Graceann and Pete and the decisions they have to make in life. She is a Harvey girl and he works the train. The history that was involved in this story was as amazing and along the stops that they made. Once again it was God who was in control not us. Loved this story very much.”



Authors are always grateful for reviews and I appreciate every review I receive for one of my books. Thank you to these ladies for sharing their thoughts. Happy Reading, everyone!

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