Two weeks before he was to marry Sherry Grayson, Clint Jessup disappeared without a trace. Now, suddenly, eight months later, he's back with no word of explanation. Only an impossible request: trust him. Trust him despite the devastating past...and an inexplicable and increasingly frightening present.
"Storyline - weak; narrator - awful!"
Among the 151 people who died in the crash of Flight 94 was Mick Hammon, the plane's captain and Erin Russell's close friend. A pilot herself, Erin now struggles with the shattering losses both of her friend and of her own confidence in the cockpit.
"Absolutely fantastic series"
Raising Girls journeys into the heart of girls to help parents understand their daughter’s different stages of development: what is normal, what is not, and how to relate effectively. Drawing on 55 years of combined counseling experience, the authors help parents call out the unique identity God has given their daughter.
"My eyes were opened!"
This rape case is different from most: the victim is more than willing to testify and there's ample evidence to put the suspect behind bars. But one thing gnaws at Detective Larry Millsaps - young and beautiful Melissa Nelson knows too much about the evidence needed to convict her attacker. Millsaps's investigation unearths the suspect's brutal track record, but also some stunning revelations about Melissa's own past. Caught in a deadly conflict between the ironies of the law and the demands of his Christian convictions, the detective finds himself protecting Melissa - even as evidence mounts that could imprison not only an inhuman criminal, but also the woman Millsaps has come to love.
When Natalies father buys controlling interest in Matts detective agency, the two become reluctant partners and professional rivals, with control of the company the prize. Annoyance becomes attraction just as their seemingly simple case breaks wide open in this rollicking romantic comedy. Can they suspend competition long enough to prevent an international incident?
"Maybe a 3 1/2"
This compassionate book acts as a daily devotional companion to hurting people. Designed for adult listeners of all ages and stages in the grieving process, it is sensitively written by an author who suffered three miscarriages and the death of an infant son. She knows from firsthand experience that there are no easy answers for those who mourn.
This is a touching chronicle of the loves, trials, and joys of a Michigan family in the first half of the 20th century.
"One of the best books I read!"