Friday, March 27, 2009

By Marlo Schalesky

They say you should reach for your dreams.
This time, they're wrong.

Childhood sweethearts Kinna and Jimmy Henley had simple dreams-marriage, children, a house by the sea.everything they needed for happily ever after. What they didn't plan on was years of infertility, stealing those dreams, crushing their hopes. Now, all that's left is the memory of young love, and the desperate need for a child to erase the pain. Until.

Kinna rescues an elderly woman from the sea, and the threads of the past, present, and future weave together to reveal the wonder of one final hope. One final chance to follow not their dreams, but God's. Can they embrace the redemptive power of love before it's too late? Or will their love be washed away like the castles they once built upon the sand? The past whispers to the present. And the future shivers. What if tomorrow never comes?

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Salty Like Blood
By Harry Kraus

"Harry Kraus digs deep in this story of a father's harrowing inner and outer journey, and tells it with grit, compassion, and suspense." -- James Scott Bell, bestselling author of Deceived

"Salty Like Blood kept me riveted and surprised me at every turn. I highly recommend this book. You won't be disappointed!" -- Terri Black stock , bestselling author of Dawn's Light

David Conners, M.D., is on the fast track to creating a perfect life when his seven-year-old daughter disappears. David's all-consuming quest to find her -- dead or alive -- threatens to destroy everything he has left: his medical practice, his marriage, his integrity, and even his soul.
If Rachel is dead: Can a parent forgive someone who has done the unthinkable?
Can David forgive himself?
If she's alive: Can David find her in time to save her?

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