Swimming in the Deep End
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Swimming in the Deep End  -     By: Christina Nelson

Swimming in the Deep End

Kregel Publications / 2018 / Paperback

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Jillian Connors has big expectations for her teenage daughter, Gabby, an Olympic hopeful---until Gabby becomes pregnant with her boyfriend Travis's child. Meanwhile, Margaret Owens is furious that Gabby's condition jeopardizes her son's baseball scholarship. In the midst of the family drama lies the fate of the unborn baby. What does the future hold for him? 286 pages, softcover from Kregel.

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Title: Swimming in the Deep End
By: Christina Nelson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 286
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2018
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 0825445574
ISBN-13: 9780825445576
Stock No: WW445576

Publisher's Description

Olympic dreams on the line.

A beloved son’s lost future.

Long-buried secrets uncovered.

A broken heart and empty arms.

In this moving, masterful saga from best-selling novelist Christina Suzann Nelson, four women's lives collide. Their tangled courses and attempts to find grace in the midst of crisis combine in one heartfelt story showing the many faces of motherly love.

"An exceptional read and one that will live with me long after I close the book."
Jaime Jo Wright, best-selling author of The House on Foster Hill and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond

Author Bio

Christina Suzann Nelson writes stories featuring women who survive circumstances to live lives closer to God's calling. She focuses on changing legacies from dysfunction to hope.

Her first novel, If We Make It Home, was named debut of the month and one of the Best Books of 2017 by Library Journal.

For the past ten years, Christina has been a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Oregon Christian Writers, who named her their annual Writer of Promise in 2017.

Christina lives in Oregon's gorgeous Willamette Valley with her husband of twenty-five years and their four children. The family owns a small farm where the kids raise animals as 4H projects.

She is honored to be a member of the steering committee for Every Child, Benton and Linn County, where she has the opportunity to influence the lives of families and children in the foster care system.

Editorial Reviews

“The story of these women touched the deep places in my heart. The threads of God’s grace are evident in this story, weaving together women of strength and devotion who, above all, need the gift of grace. An exceptional read and one that will live with me long after I close the book.” -- Jaime Jo Wright, best-selling author, The House on Foster Hill and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond

Swimming in the Deep End is a heart-touching tale of four women who have each suffered the wrenching loss of a child. With a rare warmth and Christlike attitude, Nelson unfolds their personal tragedies and taps into our souls as unbridled emotions and past wounds spill out of these characters’ lives into our own. They must work together to surmount impossible challenges, and their inspiring selflessness is all for the good of an innocent child. A moving read guaranteed to evoke sad as well as happy tears, you won’t soon forget this book!” -- Marilyn Rhoads, president of Oregon Christian Writers

“If you love discovering new authors with a lyrical, literary voice, then you’re in for a treat. If you like those voices to also deliver a powerful, engaging story with true emotional depth, then you’re in for a feast. Highly recommended.” -- James L. Rubart, best-selling author of The Five Times I Met Myself

“A tension-filled tour de force of suspense and human emotions.” -- Library Journal

“Nelson skillfully draws readers into character emotions in a way that sets us up for what lies ahead. . . . [Her] storytelling is a gift to her readers.” -- Cynthia Ruchti, author of twenty-two books, including A Fragile Hope

“Christina writes with an unpretentious poetry and finesse that charmed me from the first page to the last. . . . Beautifully raw. Elegantly real. Simply stunning.” -- Camille Eide, award-winning author of The Memoir of Johnny Devine

“Christina Suzann Nelson is a writer to watch!” -- Deborah Raney, author of Christy Award finalist Home to Chicory Lane

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