A devout life does bring wealth, but it’s the rich simplicity of being yourself before God. Since we entered the world penniless and will leave it penniless, if we have bread on the table and shoes on our feet, that’s enough.
— 1Tim. 6:6-8 (The Message)
Al and Patti Bedford are the new parents of twins, which means they are severely sleep deprived, in debt up to their ears, and feeling very stressed out. Like so many other young couples, Al and Patti have gotten in over their heads financially while pursuing the great American Dream and the good life. With the arrival of their twins and all the new responsibility that entails, the cracks that have been below the surface in their marriage start to come to light. Was this what they signed up for when they got married? Neither one of them is sure.
Awards & Recognitions
Carol Award finalist
I really don’t care much for novellas…not much bang for your buck. But I have to say that I adore the Hart’s Crossing series by Robin Lee Hatcher…and each story is adorable. — Deliciously Clean Reads
This final novella in the Hart’s Crossing series is as heartwarming as the first book was. Hatcher evoked some long forgotten emotions. Emotions from when I was like Patti—young and newly married and stressed out with the new baby. Patti and Al dance a hormonal waltz, until a purchase Patti makes brings it all to the surface. Poignant and endearing, Sweet Dreams Drive is highly recommended. — Novel Reviews