Ten years ago, devastated by an ugly scandal, Brooke Martin fled the small town of Hayden to pursue a career as a stained-glass artist. Now Brooke has returned on business to discover that some things never change. Her spotted reputation remains. Tongues still wag. And that makes what should be her dream assignment tough.
Brooke has been hired to design new stained-glass windows at Hayden Bible Church. The job is a career windfall. But Nick Marcello is overseeing the project, and some in the church think Nick and Brooke’s relationship is not entirely professional - and as before, there is no convincing those people otherwise.
In the face of mounting rumors, the two set out to produce the masterpiece Nick has conceived: a brilliant set of windows displaying God’s covenants in the Bible. For Brooke, it is more than a project - it is a journey toward faith. But opposition is heating up. A vicious battle of words and will is about to tax Brooke’s commitment to the limit. Only this time, she is determined not to run.
©2001 Terri Blackstock (P)2010 Zondervan
Good Christian Story!
I've forgotten her name, but the star of the book was the narrator--the girl. I like her because she's transparent and overcame so much unjust criticism.
Different voices and animation.
The teacher who married the student. He was an exemplary Christian!
I've really enjoyed Audible. I'm really busy and on the go and I can take my IPOD with me and listen to the stories wherever I am!! I've had some trouble with the downloads. Two times I've had to have a technician "take control of my computer" and reinstall Audible's download driver, but apart from that I've enjoyed this new experience of audible books!!
No, but I enjoyed it.
It was good.
It made me emotional at times.
Good story, I recommend it.
I loved this story. It was everything I hope for in an audiobook. This is only my 2nd Terri Blackstock book and I look forward to listening to more of them. The readers voice was very pleasant but the only complaint is that her reading was not the best. It was a bit choppy--not smooth.
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