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Publisher's Summary

An antique store becomes a place of healing for broken hearts

Welcome to Walnut Creek, Ohio, where Orley and Lois Troyer own an antique store they call “Memory Keepers”. Though knowledgeable in antiques and their repair, their real talent is in mentoring folks who are hurting and don’t even know it. 

Enter Jeff, a restaurateur, and Rhonda, a hotel manager, who recently moved to Amish country for the slow pace, but the change of scenery puts even more stress on their already strained marriage. Will an antique sled be the last straw, or will it lead to unexpected revelations and the fulfillment of dreams?

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©2021 Wanda E. Brunstetter (P)2021 Oasis Audio

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  • Jolene Nelson
  • 15-09-21

Heart warming

I really liked this story. Just easy to listen to and encouraging. I was t fond of the voice the narrator picked for the main character, but still enjoyed the easy story.

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  • Marilyn
  • 14-09-21

The Walnut Creek Wish

I did finish this story to hear how it all ended. My disappointment was the Narrator. For some reason this story was difficult for her to read the different characters easily. Have listened to Rebecca Gallagher in several earlier books with ease, but the actual story was not the best for Wanda E, Brunstetter. Very much the religion theme. I really do not recommend this one.

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