Cheryl Broussard made two vows: She'd never fall for an abusive man, and she'd never return to her Louisiana hometown. But she's learned all too well the lesson of never-say-never. Now, back in Bijou Bayou after fleeing from an abusive boyfriend, Cheryl finds work as a Hospice nurse. While reading a dying patient's Korean War love letters, family secrets shatter Cheryl's beliefs about her family and herself and shed light on the reason she fled her hometown. When the Broussard family secrets are revealed, can Cheryl deal with the truth and accept the blessing of a second chance for relationships with her family, old friends, and with the God she never really knew? Find out in this Bijou Bayou novel from reader favorite, Marian P. Merritt.
Marian P. Merritt, a native of south Louisiana, began her love affair with the written word while sitting on her grandparent's front porch swing reading. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Women's Fiction Writers Association. Her work has won awards in ACFW's Genesis Contest and San Gabriel Writers' League Contest. Her articles have appeared in magazines, newspapers, and online. She holds a B.S. degree in physical therapy and an accounting certificate from the University of South Alabama. Marian writes from the home she shares with her husband in NW Colorado. To learn more, visit www.marianmerritt.com.