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Winner of Christian Retailing’s 2005 Retailer’s Choice Award for Best Series

A deep regret....

Though Ashley vowed to start a new life when she came back from Paris, the mistakes she made there continue to haunt her. She has locked up her heart, convinced that no one - including God - could forgive her. But four unlikely people - Alzheimer’s patients - find the cracks in Ashley’s heart and slowly help her heal.

An unthinkable tragedy....

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.

A steadfast love....

Landon Blake has loved Ashley since he was a teenager, but the heartache of her past has convinced her she’ll never be able to love again. Landon tries to dull the pain of her rejection by immersing himself in the rescue efforts at Ground Zero. Will a new opportunity in New York keep him apart from Ashley forever?

A story about tragedy, healing, and the importance of remembering.

©2003 The Smalley Publishing Group, LLC, and Karen Kingsbury (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Most Scripture used in this book, whether quoted or paraphrased by the characters, is taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version®. NIV®. © 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.Scripture quotation of Psalm 23 is taken from the Holy Bible, King James Version.

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  • Dana
  • Surprise, AZ, United States
  • 03-14-17

A good series

Such a great series and some great moments in the story. I always hate it when I have to stop listening.

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Excellent story

This was a wonderful family story and the love Jesus has for us all if we just accept his love.

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Love it!

I Love the Baxter's and I can't get enough! Thank you for such wonderful stories to read what a blessing!

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Enjoyable

Great story! Believable and compelling story lines. Love, love, love the scripture tie in relevant life struggles.

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great book

really enjoyed this book and can't wait to listen to next one in series very inspirational

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Learned something new

I love a series that let's me get to know the characters more deeply. I especially enjoyed the information presented about new research in Alzheimers. The best fiction teaches me not only about human weakness and God's unfailing grace but the creativity within us.

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The Baxter family Books Exellent

I love all the Baxter Family Books I have heard on audible so far. Karen Kingsbury has portrayed a heartwarming message of family trails and God's Love. The narrator is great. An overall wonderful book. My favorite part is Ashley working with the Alziemers patients

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believable characters

this is the second karen kingsbury book I read / listened to. the characters in this book are very believable. I can see my own family and their struggles in the story line.