Uninvited trouble is never easy to deal with, but when it comes out of left field in the form of a dizzying betrayal, it can leave a family devastated. Forgiveness Lived is the story of such a family. Emotions run high-and low-as the Lakefords, a family devoted to Jesus Christ, wrestle with the heartbreak of scandal and rumor foisted upon them as they stand innocently by. Joseph Lakeford is a good man who takes good care of his wife, his son, and his widowed mother. He did not provoke this betrayal, but because of the manner in which he deals with it, he emerges victorious. Whether you are a Christian or not, whether you are fifteen or a hundred and five, this story will capture you, and in the end you may find answers for your own life. June B. Anderson is a homemaker in a small town in Georgia where she lives with her husband of 36 years. They have two children, a married daughter who is taking time off from teaching to raise their toddler son with her husband who is a teacher and coach, and a son who is a 2009 college graduate and employed in the accounting field. She enjoys genealogy, flower gardening, music, baking, grandmothering, and, of course, reading and writing. This is Mrs. Anderson's second book, and it delves into the pain of betrayal and the victory of forgiveness. She is also the author of "To Catch a Fallen Star." Please visit her website at www.junebanderson.com.