Author of Finding Home, Denise Janette Bruneau brings us another story about hope, love, and unyielding faith in God.
Dr. Marla Devereaux tries to balance her career as an ER doctor with her duties as a wife until she discovers that her husband has been having an affair while hiding his infidelity as frequent "business trips." Devastated with the loss of her marriage, Marla's life suddenly changes when she receives a letter in the mail, informing her of an inheritance from her grandmother in Guntersville, Alabama.
Moving into her grandparents' lake house from her home in Cincinnati, Marla finds a man already there, an ER nurse named Micah Brady. Getting to know her grandmothers' handsome tenant, Marla soon learns that Micah is suffering from a loss of his own.
Holding onto the objects that give them hope, for Micah his heart-tattoo and for Marla her grandparents' grandfather clock, the two of them rediscover true, Godly love.
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This book is a quick read, I was able to finish it in one sitting, and was quickly pulled into the story.
The story will pull on your heart stings, and there are prayers here, but will they be answered?
The author gives us a bit of different ways a couples looses each other, but the pain is still there. We are also given two hurting individuals, each with their own baggage, and hurts.
Come along and read this page-turner for answers and surprises as they unfold.
I received this book through Net Galley and Zimbell House Publishing, and was not required to give a positive review.