When invited to a christening, bohemian free-spirit, Arima, finds herself reunited with her past.
As she relies on the kindness of her old friend Sarah and husband Lawrence for a place to stay, Arima discovers an unhappy truth in their marriage and offers to return their kindness by making a life-changing promise.
But can any good come from the promise? Can Sarah and Lawrence trust Arima, and can their marriage remain strong through such a testing time?
A moving and funny contemporary retelling of the story of Abraham, Sarah and Hagar.
Authentic author, Claire Connor, was featured in You (The Mail on Sunday magazine) at the weekend. Her book, Rosie: Note To Self, co-written with New York Times bestselling author,G P Taylor, has just been released. In the interview Claire talked about Rosie: Note To Self which is based upon the biblical book of Ruth, how she fulfilled her dream of becoming a published author and how as a single mother her Christian faith has been a great support to her.
G. P. Taylor(www.shadowmancer.com) is the author of Tersias the Oracle, as well as New York Times bestsellers Shadowmancer and Wormwood. He has recently co-authored Rosie: note to self with Claire Connor.