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Blind Faith In The Lord: A Story Of Survival In Victorian England, is a powerful story about a poverty-stricken woman who must work to support herself, but finds that her sight is deteriorating rapidly because of the chemicals used in her garment factory. One day, while trying to make it back to her home, a kind stranger steps in and changes her life forever. She cannot see who he is, but knows that her very survival depends on taking a leap of faith.
Mail Order Bride: Learning To Fly, is a glorious story about a man and woman who correspond after he places an ad for a mail order bride in the newspaper, and she responds. He feels in his heart that she is the one he will marry and start his family with, but as the train arrives in his small California town, he searches and searches for the woman he’s grown to love. Finally, the postmaster points her out and the rancher realizes that he may have made a very big mistake.
Finding Freedom In California: Sick of the taunts from the inhabitants of her small town, above average weight Jocelyn had endured numerous insults since she was a small child. An ad for mail order brides spurred her to act and she wrote to the company and was matched up with a rancher in California who wanted a wife with a sense of adventure.
Crippled Thomas All Alone: Thomas lives virtually alone in his house in Pennsylvania, with only his cousin to look after him. His legs were damaged in a railway accident and the only way he can get around his house is by crawling, or by means of an awkward chaise lounge, prototype wheelchair that his cousin pushes. He loses his faith and reads only controversial books, and his neighbors begin to despise him.