Across a Harvested Field by Robert Goble

Title: Across a Harvested Field

Author: Robert Goble

Publisher: Parables/Bentley Enterprises

Release Date: September 7, 2010

ISBN: 978-1427646859

Size: 288 pages, 6×9″, softcover

Genre: General

Read excerpt here.

To Jordan Fairchild, the dark-haired girl renting his basement apartment seems somewhat quiet and reclusive. Just a business arrangement, he thinks, as he watches her sign the name “Nattie Hand” on the contract. Though two thousand miles away, Celeste Betancourt, an attractive Georgetown graduate student he met through a mutual friend, has captured his attention. A budding friendship with Nattie soon begins to bloom. Little does Jordan know his girl-next-door renter is none other than the world-famous pop star, a.k.a. Natalia Antonali, who recently disappeared from the public eye; little does he know how much his friendship will come to mean to her, how, for the first time a love begins to grow, untainted by “Natalia,” and how she hopes Jordan never discovers the truth.

*Note on cover: This is the cover shown on Amazon and on the publisher’s website. There is a much more attractive cover shown in other places, but from what I can tell, this is the one you’ll get if you order the book.

Tranquil Light (Dickens Inn 4) by Anita Stansfield

Title: Tranquil Light (Dickens Inn #4)

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: August, 2010

ISBN: 978-1608610732

Size: 272 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: General?

Series: The Best of Times (v1), A Far, Far Better Place (v2), A Loving Heart (v3)

When a group of friends reunites at the Dickensian Inn bed-and-breakfast, little does Chas realize that the promises of a blessing are about to be fulfilled. As these women share their tender feelings and innermost secrets, the words of Charles Dickens take on greater significance for them— The pleasure of a generous friendship is the steadiest joy in the world.

But even as these heartwarming events unfold, a secret from Jackson’s past threatens to sabotage the happy life he and Chas have created together.

Jackson finally turned to look fully at his wife. . . . He tried to form the words to tell her about his relationship with Serena and all that he was feeling upon realizing that she was dead. . . . He’ d believed his past was put away. He’ d believed that his skirting the truth and omitting facts had been sufficient in his relationship with his wife. . . . Now it suddenly felt like he’ d sinned against her.

Will Jackson’s doubts and guilt jeopardize the plans he and Chas have made to be sealed as a family for all eternity? Is their love strong enough to overcome the painful shadows of the past?

The Bridge by Stacy Averett

Title: The Bridge

Author: Stacy Averett

Publisher: Granite

Release Date: August 3, 2010

ISBN: 978-1599360621

Size: 348 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: General

After chasing butterflies and a myriad of other creatures on their small Fallon Nevada farm, Lilly Stone found her mother’s philosophy of reincarnation more frustrating than comforting as she searched for her beloved grandfather’s new life form. Just when Lilly is about to give in to the loss of her grandfather, a local LDS boy (Cody James) unexpectedly steps into Lilly’s life bringing with him an enduring friendship as well as hope in the miraculous possibilities of life beyond death.

However, as Lilly grows into a young woman, death once again visits the Stone’s home challenging not only Lilly, but both the Stone and James families. As the two families struggle with the conflict between their past beliefs and their present fears, they must lean on one another for strength and courage. Can Lilly and Cody find a way to cope with the dark chasm that lies between hope and doubt? Will their friendship and faith see them through? Will the love of their two families be able to build the necessary bridge that will ultimately span the gulf that has abruptly separated them? The Bridge is a poignant tale that is sure to inspire and comfort the human heart by reminding it of the miracles that accompany life and death and at the same time reassuring it of the unconquerable power of Love, Faith, and Family.

Lipstick Wars by Christine Thackeray

Title: Lipstick Wars

Author: Christine Thackeray

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: July 8, 2010

ISBN: 978-1599553917

Size: 208 pages, 6×9, Paperback

Genre: General?

Meet Eden Duncan, a young mother of two who has things completely under control—well, kind of. Her two-year-old has suddenly become an expert escape artist while her sweet three-month-old takes a lot of her attention. Her husband, Josh, is constantly at work, leaving Eden to maintain a run-down home and an overgrown yard. And on top of all that, a grouchy neighbor is determined to tear down Eden’s house to make the property into a park!

When her neighbor escalates their war to dirty tactics, Eden must rely on a most unexpected resource—her visiting teachers. From early morning walks to the ward “nerd” party, to new friends and neighbors, Eden discovers that sometimes prayers aren’t answered in the way we would expect.

The Road Show by Braden Bell

Title: The Road Show

Author: Braden Bell

Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

Release Date: June 8, 2010

ISBN: 978-1599553566

Size: 128 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: General

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“Brother Jenson, you’ve been called as the ward road show specialist. Would you accept that calling?”

What? The road show? The greatest fear of all Mormon theatre artists. The curse of anyone who does theatre. No, no, no! This isn’t happening. The road show! What can I do? I can’t do this! This is like asking Mack Wilberg to lead the ward choir or Danny Ainge to coach church basketball.

“Sure,” Scott answered quietly.

Scott Jenson hates everything he knows about road shows, especially the cheap costumes, silly songs, and bad acting. So when he finds himself agreeing to be the road show specialist, he wonders how he can do it without becoming the biggest fool in the ward. From miscues to missed practices, Scott directs his crew of amateur actors all while hoping that no one finds out about his secret.

Is there any way that this trivial road show could have a healing effect on those who participate? A pornography addict, a depressed young mother, a sick older sister, a lonely outcast, and a spiritually numb elder’s quorum president are about to find out.

The Road Show is the powerful story of five broken souls, contemporary Mormons struggling with familiar challenges—and their unlikely journey to ultimate healing and hope through the Savior’s Atonement.

A Loving Heart by Anita Stansfield

Title: A Loving Heart (Dickens Inn #3)

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: May 1, 2010

ISBN: 978-1608610174

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: General?

Series: The Best of Times (v1), A Far, Far Better Place (v2)

As past medical heartaches and fears resurface, Chas and Jackson agonize over the chances of survival for their baby daughter. At a time in their lives when the blessings of the gospel are so abundant, can their faith withstand this trial that looms on their otherwise happy horizon? Do they dare hope for a miracle?

At the same time, Jackson receives a call from a former FBI colleague who would like to hide a woman in the witness protection program with them in the Dickens Inn. Although Jackson and Chas agree to let her stay, when the woman arrives they realize she is hiding something.

Soon lives are in danger, and the stakes are high. Has trust come at too great a price? With tragedies hurtling toward them, Chas and Jackson will need all the help they can get from friends, family, the medical profession, and most especially from God.

False Pretenses by Carole Thayne Warburton

Title: False Pretenses

Author: Carole Thayne Warburton

Publisher: CreateSpace

Release Date: May 17, 2010

ISBN: 978-1452837857

Size: 366 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: General

Sunny Day hasn’t been to church or had a church calling in over twenty-one years, and now Jack “Mormon” Heath is asking her to be Relief Society president of their small branch. It would take a miracle to make her worthy. And right now that is just what is needed, because a stranger’s life desperately depends on her.

Meanwhile, Kelli Carson has tried to bury her deep feelings of guilt by living in a fundamentalist community. Now she has been chosen to marry a man she can never love, and who is already married to another. She knows she must escape–and take her new friend Mary Rachel with her. But where can they run?

The Lonely Polygamist by Brady Udall

Title: The Lonely Polygamist

Author: Brady Udall

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

Release Date: May 3, 2010

ISBN: 978-0393062625

Size: 602 pages, hardcover

Genre: General

Read an excerpt.

(Caution: May contain objectionable content.)

Golden Richards, husband to four wives, father to twenty-eight children, is having the mother of all midlife crises. His construction business is failing, his family has grown into an overpopulated mini-dukedom beset with insurrection and rivalry, and he is done in with grief: due to the accidental death of a daughter and the stillbirth of a son, he has come to doubt the capacity of his own heart.

Brady Udall, one of our finest American fiction writers, tells a tragicomic story of a deeply faithful man who, crippled by grief and the demands of work and family, becomes entangled in an affair that threatens to destroy his family’s future. Like John Irving and Richard Yates, Udall creates characters that engage us to the fullest as they grapple with the nature of need, love, and belonging.

Beautifully written, keenly observed, and ultimately redemptive, The Lonely Polygamist is an unforgettable story of an American family—with its inevitable dysfunctionality, heartbreak, and comedy—pushed to its outer limits.

The Bishop’s Bride: The Honeymoon’s Over by Elizabeth W. Watkins

Title: The Bishop’s Bride: The Honeymoon’s Over

Author: Elizabeth W. Watkins

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April, 2010


Size: 208 pages, 6×9

Genre: General (?)

Series: The Bishop’s Bride (v.1)

Andrew McCammon is preoccupied as he drives home from his honeymoon with his brand-new wife, Jeanette. He’s not getting any younger, and carrying his bride across the threshold means managing a tricky storm door—not to mention some tender memories of his first wife, Susan. But as he pulls into the dark driveway, Andrew is yanked from his reverie: the headlights show Police Chief Riley pounding on the front door, frantic to report an emergency to the soon-to-be-sustained bishop.

The honeymoon is officially over as Andrew scrambles to staff the recently combined ward and juggle the compelling needs of its members, as well as his fledgling marriage. While Jeanette struggles to fill Susan’s shoes, the bishop’s ears and heart grow heavy with ward confidences (including the confessions of an investigator who can’t be baptized until he quits smoking and organized crime). Plans for a son’s dream wedding come crashing down due to a disturbing family history discovery, and Jeanette must unravel a delicate generational mystery even as she seeks a firm foothold into the future.

With warmth and humor, this delightful sequel to The Bishop’s Bride explores the challenges and rewards of loving those who share our homes as well as those who share our faith— and provides a comforting, convincing reminder of who’s truly in charge of our personal pathways and our treasured family ties.

Leaning Into the Curves by Nancy Anderson and Carroll H. Morris

Title: Leaning Into the Curves

Author: Nancy Anderson and Carroll H. Morris

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: April, 2010


Size: 257 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General, Womens

Leaning into the Curves offers a delightful view of a little-known group of faithful Latter-day Saints. Full of appealing characters and unexpected turns, it gives a new twist to what life can be like after “a certain age”!

Molly is happy with her life the way it is, but everything changes when her husband, Hank, retires. When Hank brings home a Gold Wing motorcycle and joins the Temple Riders Association, a “Mormon motorcycle gang” that combines road trips with temple work, things go from bad to worse. Faced with the prospect of being left behind as Hank hits the road with his new group of friends, Molly starts making some changes of her own.

A funny, often poignant, look at the challenges of reinventing life after sixty, from the co-authors of the popular series The Company of Good Women.

(The Temple Riders were featured in an October 2009 Footsteps of Faith documentary.)

The Walk by Richard Paul Evans

Title: The Walk

Author: Richard Paul Evans

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Release Date: April 6, 2010

ISBN: 978-1439187319

Size: 304 pages, 5×8, hardcover

Genre: General

Alan Christofferson is a successful Seattle advertising executive who seems to have it all: a beautiful home, a sky-rocketing career, and an idyllic marriage to his childhood sweetheart, McKale. However, unbeknownst to him, on the day that Alan successfully pitches a three million dollar advertising campaign to a key account, events are already unfolding that will soon take from him everything he holds dear.

Within a few short weeks, Alan Christofferson loses everything: his company, his fortune, and even the woman he loves. Betrayed by his business partner, Kyle, stripped of most of his material possessions and all of his emotional connections, Alan is left adrift in a world that has suddenly grown cold and meaningless. At first he considers taking his own life; instead, equipped with little more than the clothes on his back and his diary, he sets off on a walk across America, from Seattle to Florida. The Walk covers the first 12 days of Alan’s journey, which will take him over 250 miles, from Bellevue, WA to Spokane, WA. As he journeys across the country, Alan will learn how to move beyond despair toward a profoundly new understanding of life, helped along the way by the unexpected kindness of strangers.

The Walk is the first of a new series that tells the poignant and inspirational tale of an advertising executive who loses everything, and decides to embark on an unforgettable journey that is as life-altering as it is life-affirming.

Awakening Avery by Laurie Lewis

Title: Awakening Avery

Author: Laurie Lewis


Release Date: April 1, 2010


Size: 344 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General (?)

Read an excerpt.

“You’re depressed,” the doctor declared.

“Ya think?” is author Avery Elkins Thompson’s sarcastic response to the astute diagnosis for the malaise that set in following her husband’s untimely death. Avery’s carefully controlled world is imploding, and her adult children fear they are losing her too.

“You’re just a shadow of the person you used to be…We’d gladly give you up for a while if it meant getting you back.”

Avery can’t write, and questions about their father’s death leave the family mired in pain. “We need a healing place,” her oldest son tells her, suggesting she find it on Anna Maria Island, Florida, a former family vacation spot.

When Avery returns to Baltimore to sell the family’s waterfront condo, she meets rodeo-ers-turned-real-estate-brokers Teddie and Rider Davis, and Avery’s quiet life will never be the same again.

The Davises help arrange a short-term house swap with widower Gabriel Carson from Anna Maria, whose overprotective parenting has resulted in two self-centered, twenty-something daughters. Avery and Gabriel are in for the summer of their lives as they step into one another’s messy, complicated worlds.

Still, venturing out on her own again is challenging for Avery, whose experiences at the Ringling’s magnificent Ca d’Zan mansion, and with the quirky characters she meets there, eventually awaken her to truths she has long forgotten – that as crazy as life can be, it is possible to laugh and love again.

Turning Hearts by Deanne Blackhurst

Title: Turning Hearts

Author: Deanne Blackhurst

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59811-541-3

Size: 180 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General/Womens

“Jake and I have called off the wedding.” “Amanda’s mother, doing dishes at the sink, froze at Amanda’s words. Her father stared at her in dismay. “But why?” her mother asked. “You both seem so happy together.” “Is it a worthiness issue?” her father turned a grim eye on Jake, who blushed. “No, sir,” he said. “It’s nothing like that.” “Then why?” her mother repeated. Amanda took a deep breath. “Because I’m going on a mission.”

Amanda knows there’s a certain family out there that needs the gospel—and she also knows she’s the one who’s supposed to bring it to them. Her recurring dream makes it seem urgent—the dream with the shiny gold frame and the vaguely familiar faces smiling down at her. The dream in which her grandmother says, “You must find them. You’re the only one who can.”

When Amanda gets to California and starts teaching, she wonders which family she was sent there to find. What happens next is something she never would have expected.

Turning Hearts is an inspiring story of faith, love, and the bittersweet struggles of missionary work that you won’t want to miss.

The Cross Gardener by Jason F Wright

Title: The Cross Gardener

Author: Jason F. Wright

Publisher: Berkley

Release Date: March 2, 2010

ISBN: 978-0425233283

Size: 304 pages, 6×7, hardcover

Genre: General, Inspirational

Read a chapter.

View the trailer.

The Cross Gardener is an inspiring story of a man touched by tragedy—and a quiet stranger who helps him rediscover the joy to be found in life, love, and family…

John Bevan believed life was complete. Married to his high school sweetheart and father to a young daughter, John finally had the traditional family he lacked as an orphaned child. But that all disappears when a fatal car accident changes his world.

Filled with sorrow, John withdraws from life and love. He erects two crosses at the scene of the accident and visits daily, grieving. Then one morning, he encounters a young man kneeling before one of the crosses, touching it up with white paint.

Conversations with the mysterious stranger—known to him only as the Cross Gardener—begin to heal John’s heart.

But only when they undertake a journey together does John truly come to see what he must embrace in this world—from the secrets of his own past to the sorrow of the present—if he is to start his life anew. And only as the journey ends does John divine who his guide may really be.

In The Cross Gardener, Jason F. Wright tells a timeless tale that explores the questions we ask when our lives are touched by loss: How do we carry on? Who will show us the way? The answers John Bevan finds may illuminate your world as they did his – for even in our darkest hour, we are not alone.

Band of Sisters by Annette Lyon

Title: Band of Sisters

Author: Annette Lyon

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: March, 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59811-852-0

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General Women’s

Read first chapters HERE.

When the war on terror calls their husbands to duty, five LDS women are left behind to fight battles of their own: Kim, newlywed and pregnant, frightened of what the future might bring. Brenda, struggling to manage three unruly boys and a crippling bout of depression. Jessie, secretly grappling with mixed feelings about her crumbling marriage. Marianne, wrestling with a rebellious teenage daughter. And Nora, the seasoned Army wife with perfect hair, an immaculate home—and an ill-tempered mother dying of cancer.

Knowing the separation of deployment is extremely difficult, Nora gathers the wives every week to share lunches and burdens. In good company, they worry over safety in the field and stability at home and offer one another counsel and comfort.

But as their personal crises build, each woman faces the risks of forming deep bonds of trust. And when tragedy strikes, they must confront the painful realities of war that pull families apart and bring friends together as sisters.

A Far, Far Better Place (Dickens Inn, v2) by Anita Stansfield

Title: A Far, Far Better Place (Dickens Inn, v2)

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: February 1, 2010

ISBN: 978-1598119640

Size: 280 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General

Series: The Best of Times (v1)

Their lives have all the ingredients for happily-ever-after, until a traumatic and life-changing event in Jackson’s life plunges his family into chaos and sorrow. His mother’s unexpected death hurls him toward a painful pilgrimage into a past that collides with the anguish of the present and threatens to destroy his family’s future.

This compelling sequel to The Best of Times is a story of one family’s secrets, the sorrow of regret, and the miracle of forgiveness. An intense look at marriage, families, pain, breavement, and redemption.

Step into the Dickensian atmosphere of the bed and breakfast that brought Chas and Jackson together, and journey with them toward a new beginning filled with faith in the healing power of the Savior’s love and Atonement.

Where the Sun Rises by Frank Richardson

Title: Where the Sun Rises

Author: Frank Richardson

Publisher: Bonneville Books (CFI)

Release Date: December 1, 2009

ISBN: 978-1599553153

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General

Hatcher Stephens III has everything a man could want money, looks, style, a prestigious career, a beautiful wife, and two wonderful children. But accustomed to privilege and ease from birth, Hatcher has failed to learn some important lessons.

He doesn t know how to hold on when his perfect life starts slipping through his fingers. He falls hard into alcoholism, which lands him in a Seattle gutter addicted, disinherited, and unemployed. There is no way back, at least not on his own.

Hatcher s journey promises no shortcuts and no guarantees. Stripped of money, position, prestige, and even his name, Hatch Stephens learns how to hold on to the good and live with the scars. Fate sends men into his path who know how to live, women who know how to love, and adversaries who know how to test his mettle. Hatch can only move forward, searching for the place where the sun rises.

Filled with love, honesty, and hope, Where the Sun Rises will show you how to hold on even when it seems everything is falling apart.

Mormon Mishaps and Mischief – Giles & Beck

Title: Mormon Mishaps and Mischief: Hilarious Stories for Saints

Author: Nichole Giles and Cindy Beck

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: December 1, 2009

ISBN: 978-1599552972

Size: 112 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General; short stories

This book is not eligible for a Whitney Award.

Whoever thought sacrament meeting could be so silly? In Mormon Mishaps and Mischief you’ll find a unique collection of hilarious short stories from celebrated LDS authors that turn the spotlight on ordinary members to illuminate the lighter side of Mormondom. Whether it’s the annual Primary program or a simple Sunday school prayer, you’ll soon find that “where two or three are gathered together” . . . there’s bound to be potential for some humor. Cure your family’s Sunday afternoon doldrums with a little dose of mishaps and mischief.

The Best of Times (Dickens Inn v1) by Anita Stansfield

Title: The Best of Times, A Dickens Inn Novel (v1)

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: November 2, 2009

ISBN: 978-1598118483

Size: 336 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General

A sprawling Montana setting; a charming bed-and-breakfast inn brimming with Dickensian decor; a beautiful and deeply spiritual innkeeper with secret sorrows from her past; a Granny who is as delightful as she is wise; and a handsome guest whose lifestyle and past are both troubled and troubling—these are the elements of a captivating novel of romance and intrigue.

With characters that are vital and vulnerable, and a plot that is wholly unpredictable, this story is a journey of choices and amazing opportunities. Once again, Anita Stansfield proves her versatility as a storyteller extraordinaire in this novel that is an ingenious blend of romance, mystery, and Dickensian charm.

Saving Madeline by Rachel Ann Nunes

Title: Saving Madeline

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: September 16, 2009

ISBN: 978-1606410493

Size: 328 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General

As a public defender, Caitlin McLoughlin dreams of someday locking the bad guys in prison instead of defending them. But prosecuting jobs are scarce, and Caitlin s future seems bleak.

When her current client is about to walk away from a brutal crime, she risks her career to make sure he doesn t hurt anyone else. But how far is she is willing to go especially when she needs her job so she can continue caring for her mentally disabled sister?

Then Caitlin meets Parker Hathaway, charged with kidnapping a four- year- old child. Just another criminal, just another job, Caitlin thinks. But when she learns the real story, she realizes that she must put everything on the line to defend her client and save the little girl before it s too late. Saving Madeline is the story of a man determined to protect a child he loves, and the woman who dared to trust him.

No Going Back by Jonathan Langford

Title: No Going Back

Author: Jonathan Langford

Publisher: Zarahemla

Release Date: October 5, 2009

ISBN: 978-0978797195

Size: 312 pages, softcover

Genre: General

A gay teenage Mormon growing up in western Oregon in 2003. His straight best friend. Their parents. A typical LDS ward, a high-school club about tolerance for gays, and a proposed anti-gay-marriage amendment to the state constitution. In No Going Back, these elements combine in a coming-of-age story about faithfulness and friendship, temptation and redemption, tough choices and conflicting loyalties.

Rift by Todd Robert Petersen

Title: Rift

Author: Todd Robert Petersen

Publisher: Zarahemla

Release Date: September 14, 2009

ISBN: 978-0-9787971-8-8

Size: 350 pages, 6×9 softcover

Genre: General

Jens Thorsen’s retirement is not what his wife, Lila, was expecting. Rather than tending to things around the house, Thorsen has thrown himself into a life of charity: visiting the sick, the widowed, and the incarcerated. Between these acts of service, Thorsen finds the time to nurse his feud with local bishop Darrell Bunker. The two have hated each other for as long as anyone in Sanpete, Utah, can remember.

Even though the valley is much too small for the both of them, Thorsen and the bishop have managed a tense ceasefire that allows daily life to carry on. But when the bishop’s daughter moves home, there are suddenly too many egos in one place, and Sanpete starts to pull apart
at the seams.

The Ties That Bind by Kristen McKendry

Title: The Ties That Bind

Author: Kristen McKendry

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: August 1, 2009

ISBN: 978-1-59811-800-1

Size: 208 pages, softcover

Genre: General

After losing both parents at a young age, Daniel McDonald grew up disconnected from his family history. Now, as he approaches the birth of his first child, he feels deeply unsettled about his severed familial bonds. Before Daniel can feel ready to be a father himself, he knows he must unravel the painful mystery of his past and make peace with what he finds. This quest begins as Daniel discovers the story of his grandmother, a woman of great faith who wanted nothing more than to have her family sealed together eternally, but whose untimely death led to the scattering of her offspring.

Daniel’s journey of understanding unfolds as he forms new connections with relatives he never knew he had and gains long-lost insight about the difficult circumstances that entangled his family tree. From a past riddled by abuse, abandonment, and alcoholism, Daniel comes to see himself and his future in a promising new light. Inspired by actual people and events, this novel poignantly imparts unforgettable lessons about love and loss, choice and accountability, and the everlasting ties that bind generations.

The Silence of Snow by Anita Stansfield

Title: The Silence of Snow (#5)

Author: Anita Stansfield

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: August 1, 2009

ISBN: 978-1-59811-846-9

Size: 256 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General

Series: : The Sound of Rain, A Distant Thunder, Winds of Hope, Shelter from the Storm

“I love you,” Elizabeth whispered near his ear. A rush of memories overcame him in an instant: He thought of how she’d been at his side through every step that had led to this moment. He thought of her care and concern through his pain and illness. He thought of her faith and strength, her wisdom and insight. In that moment he felt as if they’d come full circle. . . . This was the moment in the life of a human being when everything was perfect, it was all worth it, and the memory of it would carry him through whatever lay ahead.

But how could Jayson have anticipated the trials awaiting him and his family? Faced with illness and setbacks that could quite possibly sabotage his resurgent career, Jayson must somehow find the faith and courage to weather these unexpected ordeals. In this spellbinding and satisfying final chapter of the Jayson Wolfe series, acclaimed LDS author Anita Stansfield tells an unforgettable story of love, loss— and one man’s unbreakable spirit.

Join Jayson and Elizabeth and all those near and dear to them as they embark on a remarkable and courageous journey that leads them to an ultimate reliance on God’s amazing grace.