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Beatrice Walsh would give anything to go back in time and somehow prevent the tragedy that happened to her family in Chicago twelve years before. Her life and the lives of countless others were devastated by the Iroquois Theater Fire of 1903. Beatrice believes that the injuries she suffered in the fire will eventually claim her life, so she has decided to spend the remainder of her days alone, finding her solace in the piano. Evan Masters has had enough of being alone, since he's been that way since he was hardly more than a boy. He has held an interest in the mysterious piano player since the day she came to Dempsey, but so far all of his overtures have been met with rejection. Can Evan convince Beatrice to rejoin society and take a chance on love? Will they be able to stop the shifty salesman who wants to build an unsafe theater in Dempsey? Can Beatrice trust God and allow him to use her broken song to tell the story of his grace through her life?
Miranda Shisler started writing stories when she learned how to read. From that point on, she could usually be found reading or writing. These days, she writes Christian historical romance with inspirational themes. Her writing can be described as "outside-the-box" because it is her passion to weave Christ into every story. She is committed to providing stories that ask questions or provoke thinking and dreaming. These characteristics have become harder to find in today's traditional Christian fiction market, especially with emerging voices in the genre. Miranda is also a healthy living advocate, and has learned to overcome several troublesome autoimmune conditions not helped by traditional medicine. Today she lives at peace with them by managing her diet and habits. She loves sharing her experiences with others and partnering with them to find a new place of wellness. Her greatest loves are Jesus, her husband and four kids. She enjoys being a homemaker, a homeschool teacher, and serving in the music ministry of her church.