Come Walk with Me - eBook
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When Claire Bennett's husband died, she felt directionless. Their thriving antiques business and beautiful house in the Hamptons, the social scene and her volunteer work, all seemed empty without Phillip. Estranged from her adult daughter and son, Claire knows that in the depths of her heart she still mourns a terrible loss from a tragic accident years ago. How will she find the joy in her life that's been missing for years?
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Vendor: Pocket Books
Publication Date: 2007
From Joan Medlicott, the nationally bestselling creator
of the beloved Ladies of Covington series, comes an inspiring,
hope-filled tale of a woman who finds the courage to begin
a journey that will lead to a whole new life.
When Claire Bennett's husband died, she felt directionless. Their thriving antiques business and beautiful house in the Hamptons, the social scene and her volunteer work -- all seemed empty without Phillip. Estranged from her adult daughter and son, Claire knows that in the depths of her heart she still mourns a terrible loss from a tragic accident years ago.
Fleeing her memories, Claire moves to a condo in Florida, then impulsively leaves to visit her engaged daughter in North Carolina. From the sandy beaches of Boca Raton to a tiny farm tucked high in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Claire gains self-awareness through the unexpected kindness of strangers, and finally forces herself to confront some hard truths from the past.
Finding a joy in life that has been missing for many years, Claire at last reaches out to her son and daughter. And when the healing of old wounds leads her to a new love, Claire realizes that her travels have brought her to a place where she will never again walk alone.
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Gloria Torkelson2 Stars Out Of 5February 1, 2008Gloria TorkelsonFound it difficult to get into the first 2 or 3 chapters. After that it picked up interest and found the message the author was trying to get across. Not at all what I had thought it would be, but assumed the estrangement between parent and children to be of a more difficult source! No I would not buy this again!
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