The Killdeer Song

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Sometimes, finding the love that was meant to be, can be as elusive as the Killdeer bird. Usually unseen in the prairie grass, its eerie yet beautiful song can be heard in the evening sky. Just like love, it can be right in front of us—if we just listen for its sweet song.

Seattle native, pianist, and recently jilted fiancé, James Michael Edwards leaves an uncertain life and painful memories behind when he agrees to be the short-term minister for his uncle’s small church in the wheat farming region of Eastern Washington. Lonely and fearing of losing his sanity, he asks waitress, violinist, and neighbor, Anna McManus to be his ‘survival kit’.

Both James and Anna have been hurt in different ways, and in different degrees, causing their strong personalities to clash like two rams butting heads just minutes after his arrival in a strange town at the cafe she works at. Disliking each other would be an understatement. Yet, they discover for different reasons—that they desperately need each other.

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