Violets in February

(1 customer review)


When uptight missionary Lucy Boyd is injured, her only ride to the hospital 200 miles away is the scary-looking guy who delivers their supplies every two weeks. Not only is he scary, he’s obviously quite heathen based on the earring in his ear, the heavy metal music blasting from his truck when he pulls into the compound, and his salty language.

Jed Gorman doesn’t like people, especially Christians. Shuttled from foster home to foster home after the death of his parents, he’s had enough “Christian charity” to last a lifetime. The last thing he needs is that uptight missionary woman as a passenger. But when he sees that her knee is the size of a football, he can’t say no. It’s going to be a rough ride, his truck is old, the monsoon season has hit, and there are guerrillas in the jungle….

1 review for Violets in February

  1. Rosemary HUGHES

    A doctor, hurt in a war torn country, reliant on an Aussie truck driver, to get through monsoon rains, washed out crossings and terrorist roadblocks.
    With a little bit of help, and renewed faith they race to beat the injury causing the doc to loose her leg or worse her life.
    Has a decided religious slant, in case this may be offensive.

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