Psalm 91:4: He will cover you with his feathers,  and under his wings you will find refuge;  his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.

Song of the Meadowlark synopsis:

She only wanted to move on with her life…

Shamed by the uncovered truth about her missing husband’s secret life, Cora Buchanan sets out for home to mend her broken relationship with her parents.

Her car breaks down in a small Georgia town where women are going missing and being murdered. Cora seeks temporary refuge at the Southern Hope Ranch and is embraced by all but Rex O’Reilly, a rugged widower who wants to protect his daughter from another loss.

Cora couldn’t have predicted that being stranded would set in motion a series of life-changing events not only for her but for everyone she meets, nor could she have known the significance of the song of the meadowlark.

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Copyright © 2015 by Sherri Wilson Johnson. All rights reserved.

Cora drives a 68 Camaro like the one I am standing in front of below. Cora’s is red, my favorite color for the Camaro.


17 thoughts on “SONG OF THE MEADOWLARK

  1. Looking pretty good Sherri girl. I’ve been to the Panama City area a time or two. Both times at Tyndale AFB. Once for a TDY and the other my family and I stayed at the base while we vacationed in the area. Might just have to get this one for my lovely bride.

  2. Forgot to tell you in ppmy previous blog. I am excited about your new book that is set in Cedar Key. That is my happy place. We are going to spend 2 weeks there following Christmas. We talked about Cedar Key when we met & how much we both love the area. We repeated our wedding vows on our 50th anniversary there. Bradley preformed the sunset ceremony. I cannot wait to read your new book that takes place there. God Bless you.

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