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Deserted by her husband of twenty years, Savannah Barrington heads for her favorite place of refuge, her parents’ house in the Berkshires. There she begins to find hope in the people she encounters. But a challenge soon arises when her husband seeks reconciliation.
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
Sometimes were allowed to glimpse the beauty within the brokenness . . .
Savannah Barrington has always found solace at her parents lake house in the Berkshires, and its the place that she runs to when her husband of over twenty years leaves her. Though her world is shaken, and the future uncertain, she finds hope through an old womans wisdom, a little girls laughter, and a man whos willing to risk his own heart to prove to Savannah that she is worthy of love.
But soon Savannah is given a challenge she cant run away from: Forgiving the unforgivable. Amidst the ancient gardens and musty bookstores of the small town shes sought refuge in, she must reconcile with the grief that haunts her, the God pursuing her, and the wounds of the past that might be healed after all.
Where Hope Begins is the story of grace in the midst of brokenness, pointing us to the miracles that await when we look beyond our own expectations.
Catherine West writes stories of hope and healing from her island home in Bermuda. When she's not at the computer working on her next story, you can find her taking her Border collie for long walks on the beach or tending to her roses and orchids. She and her husband have two grown children. Visit her online at CatherineJWest.com, Facebook: CatherineJWest, and Twitter: @CathWest.
'West once again presents readers with the deeply satisfying story of a family dealing with loss and betrayal, and their journey to make themselves whole.'
'West's compelling and heart-wrenching, rising-from-the ashes novel realistically delves into the tough issues of suicide, anger, and guilt with a touch of grace and hope.'