Will anyone in his hometown ever forgive him for what he did?
A changed man, Grey Lawson returns home on parole after serving seven years of his sentence. The only reason he's coming home to small town Winfield on the shore of Lake Superior is to care for his great-aunt Elsie who raised him. He can't believe he didn't realize seven years ago that everything he did affected this good woman. But will his return cause her more grief? Create trouble for new deputy sheriff Trish Franklin whose father has reason to hate Grey? But one truth many don't realize until it's too late—vengeance can be dangerous. Why not download today?
Wonderful book about bitterness and forgiveness
I very much enjoyed this book. It was easy to read and the characters were memorable. Some for their forgiveness and some for the revenge and the bitterness they carried for many years. Gray responded to the lack of acceptance by finding ways to help those around him. It was a blessing to see him live his faith without bitterness.