Janole was recently reunited with Wallace, her husband of 25 years, who disappeared amid a mysterious scandal leaving Janole devastated. Only after being reunited did Janole learn the disturbing truth about Wallace's disappearance. Janole is eager to resume their lives. Can she forget the painful past or the man who came to her rescue? To make matters worse, Janole and Wallace are being threatened by an unidentified person. And, when their oldest son, Marlon, informs them of his own dilemma they are forced to make a difficult decision and face yet another crisis—perhaps the biggest of all.
Marlon, a professional basketball player, meets the most challenging opponent of his young life. Will he win or must he accept defeat? As if that isn't enough, his parents reveal a secret that shatters his trust in them and causes him to question all that he believed. Can he forgive their deception? Will he accept and embrace the truth?
Amy loves her husband, Marlo, but after years of longing for his attention and companionship, seeks fulfillment elsewhere. When the circumstances have deadly consequences, life becomes too much for Amy leaving those she loves confused and deeply scarred.
Jenn and Paul are excited about relocating their family and the new opportunities that await them. Their lives take an unexpected turn, however, when Jenn uncovers disturbing information about their teenage daughter. As more information is revealed and the situation escalates, they are forced to face indisputable truths and find themselves living a nightmare.
These unforgettable characters were introduced in And, Not Only That. Their lives continue to unfold in this compelling and gripping sequel about love, family, betrayal, tragedy, forgiveness and faith.
George Mason University. She is also the author of And, Not Only That which was nominated for the 2016 Christian Literary Henri Award. She enjoys writing novels that inspire, encourage, inform and uplift. She has worked in corporate America and public eduction. A recent retiree, her twenty-five year career in Education included the positions of professional school counselor, career and college counselor, guidance director and school counseling program manager. A native of Charles City, Virginia, she currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband, Will. Together, they have four children and four grandchildren.