Leaning on Air, Softcover
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Leaning on Air, Softcover  -     By: Cheryl Grey Bostrom

Leaning on Air, Softcover

Tyndale House Publishers / 2024 / Paperback

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After a decade of marriage, Celia and Burnaby Hayes have a unique and beautiful rhythm together---until tragedy strikes. Reeling from grief and certain Burnaby won't understand, Celia flees to a remote Washington farm. But will unexplained accidents, cryptic sketches, and a mute little boy force her to examine the past and reconsider her future? 

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Title: Leaning on Air, Softcover
By: Cheryl Grey Bostrom
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 364
Vendor: Tyndale House Publishers
Publication Date: 2024
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 1496481534
ISBN-13: 9781496481535
Stock No: WW481534

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They last spoke as teens . . .

But on a country road twelve years later, a surprise encounter reunites ornithologist Celia Burke with veterinary surgeon Burnaby Hayes, and they plunge into the most unusual romance of her life.

After a decade of marriage, Celia and Burnaby have found a unique and beautiful rhythm. Then tragedy strikes while Celia hunts for the nest of a research hawk near the Snake River. Reeling with grief, she’s certain Burnaby won’t understand her anguish or forgive the choice that initiated it.

She flees to kindness at a remote farm in Washington’s Palouse region, where a wild prairie and an alluring neighbor convince her to begin anew. But when unexplained accidents, cryptic sketches, and a mute little boy make her doubt her decision, only a red-tailed hawk and the endangered lives of those she loves can compel her to examine her past—and reconsider her future.

A soaring tale of wonder, loss, redemption, and restoration from Cheryl Grey Bostrom, the award-winning author of Sugar Birds.

  • A beautifully crafted story set in the Pacific Northwest that brings the setting to life.
  • A compelling contemporary novel about love and loss.
  • Explores the challenges of a marriage when one partner is on the autism spectrum.
  • Includes discussion questions for book clubs

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