"Sarah, Sarah. Why can't you be content to embroider pillowcases?"
There's something going on in Williamsburg besides the war, and Sarah Moore is determined to find out what. Sarah knows that her Uncle Ethan is against slavery, so why did she see him buying three slaves? She also knows that no one lives in the little brown house on Waller Street, but she has seen lights there. And why does she keep hearing "John 3:19" being whispered on the streets?
Since she committed her life to God, Sarah has tried to mend her headstrong ways. Her curiosity still gets the better of her, however, and she once again finds herself right in the middle of the mysterious activities of Williamsburg.
Wanda Luttrell was raised and still lives on the banks of Stoney Creek, Sarah's Kentucky home. Wanda enjoys reading, photography, and traveling. She and her husband have shared their home on Stoney Creek with their five children.