Jayne Dennagee has spent her life running from the "doctor death" legacy of her father. His Kervorkian-copycat methods of euthanasia ruined her childhood, covering it in shame. She won't let him steal her future, too. After changing her name to Becka, she assumes a new life and new job caring for the ailing mother of a handsome, young businessman, Isaac Hughes. Becka struggles to sort out her feelings for her new boss just as her patient passes away under unusual circumstances. Suddenly, her past catches up with her and the unnerving details of her heritage make Becka look like a murder suspect. Worse, all sense of home and all hope for love vanish. Even if she could clear her name, a phone call from prison wraps a suffocating shroud around her heart. Her father is out--and he needs her help. Can Becka open her life to the man who has prematurely taken so many? Or will her father's legacy make it impossible to open her heart at all?
Author and speaker Cynthia Ruchti tells stories of hope-that-glows-in-the-dark, drawing from 33 years of experience writing and producing a 15-minute drama/devotional radio broadcast. Shes the author of nine books that have received recognition from several awards programs including RT Reviewers Choice, Christian Retailings Best, Family Fiction Readers Choice, ACFW Carol Awards, the Selah Awards, the Golden Scroll Awards, and ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year program. She is the author of They Almost Always Come Home, When the Morning Glory Blooms, Ragged Hope, and All My Belongings. Cynthia serves as the Professional Relations Liaison for American Christian Fiction Writers. Visit her online at CynthiaRuchti.com.
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