Tour: DREAMING OF TOMORROW by Michelle De Bruin

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Dreaming of Tomorrow By Michelle De Bruin Christian Historical Romance Paperback & ebook, 317 Pages November 10, 2020 by Scrivenings Press LLC

Love leads them to a lifetime of commitment where the dreams they have held onto for so long start to come true.

Popular and eligible, Logan De Witt must convince the women in town that he is engaged to be married. A quiet, simple ceremony is what he has in mind for his wedding day, but when the date and time of his bride’s arrival is published in the newspaper, the whole town joins in the celebration proving to Logan and his new wife their sincere friendship and support. Added to the excitement of Logan’s marriage is the question of what the congregation should do with the unexpected donation of an orchard.

Karen Millerson is counting the days until her long-distance engagement comes to an end and she may travel to Oswell City to marry Logan. More than anything, she wants to share in his life as a help and support, but keeping a house and finding her place in the community requires much more work than she ever expected.

Learn, laugh, and love with Karen and Logan as they start a new marriage and work together ministering to the citizens of their small town.

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About the Author

Michelle De Bruin lives in Iowa with her husband and two teenage sons. She has a bachelor’s degree in Religion with a Christian Ministry emphasis, and in Music. Michelle is the spiritual services provider for an organization that offers services for people with mental and physical disabilities. She has been a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) since 2015. Michelle writes inspirational historical romance about people who live in rural communities. Characters that bring to life the delights of farm and small-town living, whispers of Dutch heritage, and Christian faith make Michelle’s stories distinct. A romantic at heart, Michelle is always on the lookout for glimpses of God’s love through the window of a good story.

Her first book, Hope for Tomorrow, released in 2018. The sequel, Promise for Tomorrow, released November 2019. The third book in the series, Dreaming of Tomorrow, releases November 2020.

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The organ music faded away. Henry brought Karen to a stop at the front of the church.

Pete cleared his throat. “Who gives this woman to be married to this man?”

“Her mother and I.” Henry lifted Karen’s veil and pecked a kiss to her cheek.

Logan stepped forward. Karen held onto his arm and went with him to stand before Pete. The service unfolded like a pleasant dream. He said what he’d rehearsed at the proper times and with no stutters. Someone must have prayed for his speech to flow so smoothly in this crucial moment. His heart did the

talking, not his intellect.

Pete prayed, and then he preached a sermon. Karen handed her roses to Julia and turned to hold Logan’s hands. Pete guided them through the vows and exchange of rings. The wedding band Mama had given him months ago had gone to the Gouds’ jewelry store along with Karen’s engagement ring earlier that

morning to be melded together as one ring. Arthur had picked it up for him, and now it lay in Logan’s hand.

At Pete’s prompt, he repeated the words affirming this sign of covenant and slipped the ring onto Karen’s finger. It sure looked good there, stating to the world that she was his. Karen did the same, repeating her vows and placing a wedding band on his finger.

Pete prayed once more. Everyone sang a hymn, and then Pete looked at Logan with twinkling eyes. “I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss your bride.”

His heart pounded. He’d looked forward to this moment. Now that it had arrived, joy flooded over him, making him shake. Karen was his wife. He was her husband. The fact pressed him to reach for her, cup her chin, and savor this new reality.

For the first time he could recall in the history of Oswell City Community Church, the sanctuary erupted in applause.

Pete’s voice boomed out, forcing Logan to break the kiss. “It is my pleasure to introduce to you for the first time, Pastor and Mrs. Logan De Witt.”

Mrs. Logan De Witt. Boy, did he like the sound of that. If the organ hadn’t started playing, he’d turn around and ask Pete to say it again. But Karen tugged on his arm as an indicator the time had come to stand in the back of the church and greet their guests. He walked the aisle with her wearing a smile that

threatened to stretch beyond his ears.