Walk on in to the little town of Late, Kentucky
and experience the miracle for yourself.
Calvin Herbert Washington and his wife, Marla Belle, two teachers at the local Thomas Brimley Community School, promised each other they’d always look for the best in all students.
But they didn’t count on the atypical ones, like Michael and Maddox Morgan, two brothers from a town called Strait, known to produce less than stellar citizens. The “odd” brothers, who high-five and continually tell each other, “All things!” have wild dreams of being extreme adventure outfitters. They definitely don’t fit the mold. At last, out of frustration, Mr. Washington shouts, “It will snow oats in July before those boys amount to anything!”
But miracles just might happen, when you least expect them.
Don't miss the other Down-home Kentucky novels by Jarrod E. Stephens: Family Field Days and The Road Less Graveled.