Katy Hart is thrilled about her future with Hollywood's Dayne Matthews. But as she plans a wedding and looks for a house on the shores of Lake Monroe, she receives tragic news. Now everything about the future they planned together is hanging in the brink. Only a miracle can help them find their way through.
A public struggle....
Now Katy and the Baxters must travel to Los Angeles and sort through their options. While paparazzi open fire on the Baxter family, Luke Baxter helps field requests from the media. At the same time, he must wrestle with feelings that have troubled him for nearly a year.
A family's indying love....
Ultimately, the Baxter family must pull together one last time in an act of service, a labor of love to help Katy and Dayne find what they've always longed for - a chance at forever.
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©2007 Karen Kingsbury; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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Another winner by Karen Kingsbury which exceeded my expectations. You must begin with The Baxter Family Book series 5 Books all titles begin with R. Then move on to this series of 5 all beginning with F. Finally read Coming Home. You will be caught up in the Faith, Hope, Love, heartache, and Overcoming of this wonderful Christian Family
the Baxter's could have been my family. karen kingsbury keeps to the way real life and real family dynamics occur. it inspired me to be a better Christian , wife, mother, and sister.
the only draw back I have with this entire series of audible audio books is that they were not available in unabridged. I always feel like I'm being told a story instead of being able to get into their lives and be a part of the story.
the narrator, sandra Parr, is by far top notch and does a wonderful job. she is a woman of many voices, and can evoke emotion better than any other narrator I have listened to.
I wasn't able to finish listening the last part of the book due to techinical difficulties.
I have listened to most of the books in this series and this final book did not disappoint. I started listening and did not stop until the story ended. If I had any complaints it would be that this book is abridged, and because of that I feel that some details were missed, even still, this book is well worth the time and credits.
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