The finale of Andrew and Molly and I am sharing the last part so that you can go back to the beginning and read this wonderful story.. Linda Bethea has all the hallmarks of a natural storyteller.. #recommended
Molly went about her business as usual. With four children under five, the house and homestead to run, she had all she could handle. Even with Malcolm and Martha Wilson’s help and Rosemarie to nurse the baby, every moment held its demands. The farm was now in excess of five hundred acres. Will managed it for her, as well as continuing his blacksmithing. They’d planned to negotiate for three more bondsmen and increase the timber harvesting the next spring. Molly had hopes she Andrew could work their situation out, but he’d not approached her, though she did see him helping Will about his blacksmith shop.
The older couple strolled over after supper that evening. Will spoke to Molly. “Molly, you and Andrew have matters you need to discuss. God joined you together and you were separated through no fault on either part. Your circumstances are tangled. Neither of you benefits…
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