Stefan Felix is no stranger to loss. His faith in Christ has been shaken to the core, and he is not sure he cares to find it again. When Wendy Collins gives a glimpse of herself to him his office building's elevator, Stefan finds himself giving her a job he normally wouldn't have given to a woman so young. The two form a delicate friendship based on a mutual understanding of loss. Wendy's unshakable faith in the midst of tragedy opens Stefan's heart back up to his Savior's unconditional love. Stefan soon realizes Wendy and her young nephews fit perfectly into he and his daughter's world. When danger finds Wendy, Stefan will stop at nothing to keep her safe. Will God ask him to say goodbye, again, to a love he wanted for a lifetime? If that is God's will for Stefan, will he be able to say that God's love is always enough, even, when tomorrow is not guaranteed?
Loved the way Jesus was not left out.
Exactly What I Needed
As a mother of teenage daughters, I find myself seeking literature that peeks their interest but support their morals. A true romantic at heart, I have always enjoyed a great love story. The pure way that Kay Edwards writes has allowed me to share my passion with my daughters. From start to finish, I enjoyed the combination of mystery, friendship, love and faith. I would recommend Kay Edwards’ books for all ages.