Twelve years ago, Claire Porter thought her entire life was over when she learned that her husband, Dave, was having an affair with a young college student. Following their divorce, Claire started over, including changing back to her maiden name of Conway.
Claire now feels pretty good about her accomplishments. She has raised a wonderful son, Dakota; enjoys her work; and finally has a new love. When Dakota informs her that he is engaged, she looks forward to meeting his fiancée, even as she wonders if 31-year-old Sara Jennings is too old for her "little" six-foot-plus boy.
Secrets never stay buried long, and only God can help Claire find forgiveness when betrayal comes back to haunt her.
©2011 Robin Lee Hatcher (P)2011 Zondervan
Precious! Though I've taught Sunday school for over 20 years-forgiveness being the subject many times, I was shown much wisdom that I plan to use to teach others also.
May God bless you ever so abundantly, Ms. Robin, for your Holy Spirit-inspired writing!
What a stunning book that teaches on unforgiveness and what it does in our lives. I learned at church about this and after forgiving the people who hurt me, a heavy burden was lifted from me, and relationships restored. Pam was a fantastic narrator.
i did not like the narrator of this book. when i first began listening i thought my reading speed had gotten changed. once i checked and realized it hadn't i just forced myself to listen. the narrator seemed extremely choppy. it did not flow very well in my mind. not "relaxing" to listen to. the story was excellent though.
I am a devoted mother and a passionate grandmother. I defend my family to the death . I have finally graduated college and earned a degree.
Reader was monotone, story was stereo typical with the typical result. I did not enjoy at all
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