(The third book in the Monterey Peninsula series)
A novel by Gail Gaymer Martin
Alissa is capable and in control. Alissa Greening is proud of all she's accomplished. Her bed-and-breakfast is well known and profitable. Her life is organized and happy-a little lonely, but she trusts God to deal with that. The rest of it she can handle. Ross Cahill's Southern California ranches keep him busy. When his mother talks him into traveling to Pacific Grove to witness the annual Monarch migration, he reluctantly turns responsibility over to his managers and takes a long overdue vacation. Can these two busy, self-sufficient people stop long enough to see the hand of God moving in their lives? Will they learn to give God the reins, or will they continue on alone, missing out on the great blessings He wants to bestow?
Used availability for Gail Gaymer Martin's Butterfly Trees
April 2011 : USA Hardback
July 2008 : USA Mass Market Paperback