After placing her mother in a nursing home, Krista leaves Taos intending never again to see the woman who had wounded her so deeply. But when Dane McConnell, the facility's director, calls telling her he has something of her mother's she must see, she can't refuse her childhood sweetheart. Now she's back on the road, unprepared for the journey of heartache, grace, and romance ahead. 256 pages, hardcover from Waterbrook.
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Date:December 19, 2002
I loved this most recent novel of Lisa's. I found her research on Alzheimer's very valuable, as well as the relationship between Krista and her mother. Not only could I empathize with Krista's struggles, but also her heart transformation as well. Lisa masterfully incorporates the message of grace into all her books. I will be recommending this book to my Christian friends as well as my non-Christian friends hoping that the message of forgiveness and grace will touch their hearts in a very personal way.