On a Wing and a Prayer

The New England town of Dorsetville, where miracles are never far away, faces unexpected challenges in this much anticipated fourth volume of Katherine Valentine s beloved series The rumor mill is running at full speed the Country Kettle Cafe, meeting place for everyone who s anyone, may close down now that the owner s wife has struck it rich Deputy Hill is devastatedThe New England town of Dorsetville, where miracles are never far away, faces unexpected challenges in this much anticipated fourth volume of Katherine Valentine s beloved series.The rumor mill is running at full speed the Country Kettle Cafe, meeting place for everyone who s anyone, may close down now that the owner s wife has struck it rich Deputy Hill is devastated over his open ended assignment to the graveyard shift, his just desserts for having nearly wrecked a car and a wedding in one unfortunate mishap.Then tragedy strikes the Gallagher twins are fighting for their lives after a fall through the ice one on life support and the other in a coma Doc Hammond is waging his own battle for life while helping the twins More than ever, Dorsetville needs a miracle.
On a Wing and a Prayer The New England town of Dorsetville where miracles are never far away faces unexpected challenges in this much anticipated fourth volume of Katherine Valentine s beloved series The rumor mill is run

  • Title: On a Wing and a Prayer
  • Author: Katherine Valentine
  • ISBN: 9780385512015
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “On a Wing and a Prayer”

    1. This is the 4th in the series and equally as well written. I love the people of Dorsetville and hate to say good-bye to them. This was a fast very enjoyable Christian story. I'm glad I have more by this author.

    2. I love this series of books - all about Dorsetville and it's citizens. The series reminds me of "Prairie Home Companion" except in novel length. Sometimes I get bored, but then seconds later I find myself laughing . . . or in tears. Just good reads.

    3. Give me a book about small towns, quirky people, quirky situations, and feel-good, uplifting inspiration, and I am thrilled. When I discovered this series, I was eager to read more; but this one just had way too much going on for me to feel any real empathy or sympathy for the characters. The plot was choppy and moved from one tragic situation to another until each character was blessed with the miracle they needed to ease their pain. The miracle came at the conclusion of the book and blanketed [...]

    4. What a fun book to listen to. The book is a light read even with heavy subject matter. I enjoy hearing from different perspectives of the characters and it didn't bother me at all that there were so many. It was like visiting a small town and getting to know all the people. Very fun and the narrator John McDonogh made it come alive!

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