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She has locked up her heart, convinced that no one - including God - could love her. Four unlikely people - Alzheimer's patients - find the cracks in Ashley's heart and slowly help her to remember.

Then comes the nightmare of September 11, which forever changes the lives of the Baxter family, causing them to remember what is important and leading them to make decisions that are both heartbreaking and hope-filled.

Landon Blake, who has loved Ashley since he was a teenager, tries to dull the pain of her rejection by immersing himself in the rescue efforts at Ground Zero.

Tragedy and healing...hurt and forgiveness. Redemption and powerful lessons about remembering. Novelist Karen Kingsbury and relationship expert Gary Smalley have teamed up to bring you an inspiring series of stories that explore the relationship principles Gary has been teaching for more than 30 years.

Download another book in the Redemption Series.
©2003 Karen Kingsbury (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • Debbie
  • Toney, Alabama
  • 08-23-14

Christianity Lived Out Day by Day

This is the second in the Redemption series. The story line is excellent. The Baxter family experiences what many Christian families do. The evil one roaming to and fro seeking what he may devour, a primary target being our children. It is refreshing to listen to Christian fiction, hear about Christianity being lived out despite being attacked, abandoned, ridiculed by your own children. The narration, at times, in this audio book, (my opinion) sounded a bit too "goody two shoes", too syrupy sweet, and not as down to earth as it should be. But I got over it, and stuck with it until the end. Because the story is a wonderful one. I went directly to the next book in the series.

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  • Angela
  • Crestview, FL, United States
  • 07-10-10

Really good booked - moving on to the next one

If 4.5 was possible that would be my score. It is so nice to listen to stories about Christians who struggle the same way we all do. This book didnt concentrate on one sibling, but the whole family. I am moving on to the next one. I AM HOOKED!

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Addicted to this story

I am so enjoying this series. I can wait to begin the next book. Excellent story that is so relatable.