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Ron Dubas is a fourth generation farmer/rancher. His lifelong interest in local history, love of the land and animals, his family's stories and his faith led him to put into story form a romance novel inspired by those passions.
Ron lives in Nance County, Nebraska where his family has called home since 1894, with his wife of 46 years. He is grateful for the land, his life, and the Lord that guides his way.
Wildflowers Beyond the Road starts with a stark description of the affects of a five year drought. A drought that tested his faith, dimmed his dreams and broke his marriage. These events led him to make a life-changing decision.
Whether he was running away from his past, searching for something new, or possibly even a little of both, J.P.'s journey landed him in the city working at George's Garage.
After serving as the garage's bookkeeper for most of her life, Leah knew better than to fraternize with the employees. Her history with men was stormy enough as it was.
There was something about the new mechanic though.
Both J.P. and Leah liked the dependable routine of working at the garage. After struggling for so long, all they wanted was a steady paycheck with no surprises.
Bur, like a Nebraska wind racing through a patch of wildflowers, true love has a way of shaking things up.