Kirsten has spent her life trying to forget. But mercy begs her to remember.
Guilt-ridden after a family tragedy at age 16, Kirsten attempted to bury her pain in her flesh and called it coping. But at 23, on the night she expects her long-time boyfriend to propose, Kirsten discovers a devastating secret about him. In the emotional chaos that follows, an accident by her own hand lands her in a hospital psych ward, unable to find release in injuring herself.
The only viable treatment option is a stint on a Montana sheep ranch, working with the quirky but insightful “Sister Frankie.” Feeling as inept as the sheep themselves, Kirsten slowly joins the unlikely crew of people who are also searching for healing. Gradually she opens herself to embrace mothering an orphaned lamb and hearing God’s voice and . . . possibly . . . finding love again.
Through it all, mercy begs her to remember the past, showing her there is nothing—nothing—that can’t be redeemed.
|Contributor(s)||Rebecca St. James (Coauthor), Nancy Rue (Coauthor)|
|About the Contributor(s)||Rebecca St. James (Coauthor)
Rebecca St. James is a Grammy and Dove Award recipient and a best-selling author whose books include Wait for Me and What Is He Thinking? Her leading role in the film Sarah’s Choice won critical acclaim. A passionate spokesperson for Compassion International, more than 30,000 children have found sponsorship through her worldwide concerts. Twitter: @RebeccaStJames Facebook: RSJames
Nancy Rue (Coauthor)
Nancy Rue is the best-selling author of more than 100 books for teens, tweens, and adults, two of which have won Christy Awards. Nancy is also a popular speaker and radio guest due to her expertise in tween, teen, and young women's issues. She and her husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now share their Tennessee lake home with two yellow labs. Website: www.nancyrue.com Twitter: @NNRue Facebook: nnrue
|Release Date||Sep 10, 2013|
- Review by Susanne
Thanks to Booksneeze for sending me a free copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own and I was not required to give a positive review. (Posted on 11/20/13)