Sequoyah Road picks up where Henderson House left off and follows Bessie, Mrs. Henderson, and Johnny as each embarks on their own journey of discovery. 

Johnny, a teenage boy, is on a quest to find his birth father. The search takes Johnny on a road trip during the summer of 1941 with his Cousin Waya and Uncle Eddie from Tulsa, Oklahoma to the town of Cherokee, North Carolina — tracing the northern route of the Cherokee Trail of Tears in reverse. In his search for his father, Johnny comes face to face with the sorrow, strength, and resilience of his Cherokee ancestors and discovers a deeper meaning of family.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Henderson leaves Oklahoma and heads to New Jersey to live closer to her family. She struggles to return to a life of high-society standards and expectations and has to dig deep to claim the future she knows will make her truly happy.

Back at Henderson House, Bessie and Frank adjust to married life and learn to listen to the house and set a course for Henderson House to become more than a boarding house or bed and breakfast.

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