Fiction / Contemporary
Paperback / 5.5″ x 8.5″ / 192 pp.
“Do you believe in miracles?”
Kathryn is resigned to living out her last days at Victorian Manor, a beautiful old home for senior citizens. Then one day something strangely wonderful happens to Kathryn at the garden fountain, and she begins living an adventure beyond her wildest dreams. Love and sacrifice take on new meaning as she involves a social worker and a police detective in carrying out what she believes to be her calling—to rescue a street child named Jasmine.
Kathryn’s Fountain celebrates the gifts that the generations can bring to each other. The conclusion is a resounding affirmation that it’s never too late to make a difference. Like a puzzle, we each need to find our place and fill it!
“Poignant story with surprising twists and turns that will keep you reading and touch your heart. You won’t view life in quite the same way after reading Kathryn’s Fountain.” − Marlene Bagnull, author, editor, conference director
“A story of miracles and self-sacrifice.” − Kathi Macias, award-winning author of Beyond Me: Living A You-First Life In A Me-First World
“Fast-paced, delightful morality tale that will keep the reader guessing until the end. … Sure to please any readers, especially mature Christian women.” − Church Libraries Magazine
“A fusion of fantasy and drama, this inter-generational tale reminds us that the institutionalized elderly need us. More importantly, we need them. There are ordinary ‘miracles’ available to those who seek them.” − David B. Shellhamer, licensed nursing home administrator
“Insightful story that gave me a renewed understanding of the importance of really living more consciously in the moment and season that I am now experiencing.”− MaryAnn Morton, author of Seasons of Life’s Journey