A compelling and deeply moving novel of friendship, family and the power of love, from the Sunday Times top ten bestselling author of No Child of Mine and Don't Let Me Go. How would you cope with the threat of losing someone you love? Josie Clark is a loving wife and mother. She and her husband Jeff don’t have much and it’s often difficult to make ends meet. But Josie will do anything to protect her family and keep them safe. Bel Monkton is a successful property developer, living in a beautiful house by the sea. She seems to have everything going for her, but she’s lonely. And she’s let the shadows from her past cloud her future. Josie’s life couldn’t be more different to Bel’s. But three years ago, tragedy tore Bel’s life in two. Now it’s happening to Josie. And faced with uncertainty and heartbreak, they come to treasure their growing friendship.
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The end of physical life does not have to mean the end of a day-to-day relationship with the people we love. Renowned medium Patrick Mathews reveals that we don't have to let go of family and friends on the other side—in fact, they benefit as much from ongoing communication as we do. Along with a treasury of heartwarming, compelling, and sometimes humorous true stories from his work as medium, Mathews provides answers to the questions he is most often asked about life in Heaven. Never Say Goodbye will help you learn how to recognize spirit communication and establish an ongoing relationship with those in spirit through simple meditations and other practices.
A comforting story of faith and love, Never Say Goodbye, whispers to children the tale of one little bunny who is led to overcome the departure of a loved one. "Make a memory . . . hear me with your heart . . . ," Netta whispers to her little bunny. Hurting hearts are healed with hope in this timeless message, beautifully illustrated by Maryn Roos.
Rajiv Seth is an aeronautical engineer with a Master’s degree in technology and a Doctorate in finance. He is a man of varied interests and talents, writing being one of them.
A fan-favorite inspirational romance from RITA Award winning author Irene Hannon. Three years ago, married father Scott Mitchell had everything a man could want. Then, in a blinding instant, a fateful error in judgment shattered his perfect world. Yet through the long years in prison, Scott found his faith—even as his estranged wife was losing hers… Consumed by grief, Jess had never intended her path to cross Scott's again. Now he was back, asking her forgiveness—and more. He wanted to rebuild their lives together. Yet how could she put her trust in the man she blamed for her most tragic loss—and in the Lord who had abandoned her in her darkest hour? Originally published in 2002.
Her family had to come first To keep her small family together, Isobel Barrington managed to make ends meet-just!-by doing private nursing jobs. Her mother had only a small pension and her younger brother had to be educated somehow. Isobel really shouldn't have had time to fall in love with Dr. Thomas Winters-but she did anyway. Unfortunately, he wasn't likely to be interested in her when the lovely Ella Stokes was around, so Isobel ought to try to forget him. Easier said than done!
Is a compilation of notes, letters, and reflections, and learned behavior over many decades, for my grandchildren and you. It is my hope that lessons I learned, sometimes the hard way, will be passed on to people of all ages.
A single father and a bookstore owner find hope and second chances in this sophomore novel from author Sarah Grace Grzy.
Matthews serves as a vessel of hope for those who wish to communicate with their loved ones in spirit. He takes the reader on a roller coaster of emotional stories, and also teaches step-by-step methods for recognizing communications from beyond.
A powerful coming-of-age story as well as an in-depth examination of a long period of transgression, Never Say Goodbye is simultaneously a memoir and an unflinching confession. Beginning with his earliest memories of childhood theft and cheating, the author traces his path through juvenile delinquency and adolescent drug addiction to the solace he initially found in writing and other creative outlets. When he achieves sobriety at the age of twenty, however, insecurity about his early writing success begins to cloud his judgment and Rowan turns more and more frequently to stealing words from other authors. The narrative follows Rowan’s attempts to navigate life in his early twenties, while he is simultaneously trying to become a well-known writer and not get found out. It describes the difficulty of leading a normal and honest life while keeping such a huge secret from friends and family, and culminates with the author’s descent into infamy. Five days after the publication of his debut novel, the book is withdrawn by publisher Little, Brown after a barrage of media reports that large parts of it have been plagiarized from the work of other writers, The entire cancer of Rowan’s deception is revealed, and he is left to pick up the pieces and find a way to go on. Ultimately, the writing of this book - and the rediscovery of his own creative gifts - proves to be Quentin Rowan’s redemption.
A love interrupted... A secret too great to bear... She's a famous songwriter who can't remember a year of her life. He's the British spy with all the answers. While walking through the tunnels of her family's estate in England, successful singer-songwriter Amanda Marceau travels through time and into the arms of Alexander Montgomery, the Royal Navy Admiral who captures her heart. Months later Amanda's forced back to the present with Alexander's daughter, heartbroken they've been separated, and shocked to discover she's pregnant. Hoping Alexander will find his way through time to her, she's later devastated to learn he was killed for being a spy at the dawn of the American Revolution. Unable to cope with the horrible consequences, Amanda suffers an epic breakdown, and tucks away the memories that are just too much for her to bear. But Alexander Montgomery wasn't executed, nor has he forgotten Amanda. He's spent each day planning, searching for, and finding his wife and his daughter.He's made the jump through time, and is using everything at his disposal to reunite his family in the twenty-first century. Then he learns that Amanda has amnesia-she can't remember the time she spent in eighteenth-century Britain-and has no idea who he is. More determined than ever, Alexander knows it will take all of his love to restore her memory-or just maybe win her heart anew.
30 years ago the official verdict was that 13-year-old Zoe Gray accidentally drowned. But when her sister Claire inherits the family home she discovers her sister's secret diary, which tells a very different story.
FROM HEAVEN TO HELL... Three years ago, married father Scott Mitchell had everything a man could want. Then, in a blinding instant, a fateful error in judgment shattered his perfect world. Yet through the long years in prison, Scott found his faith–even as his estranged wife was losing hers....
Essays discuss youth, motherhood, loneliness, self-awareness, memory, contemporary values, history, loss, and life's absurdity
"From the editor of the celebrated anthology Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York, comes a new collection of original essays on what keeps writers tethered to New York City. The "charming" (The New York Times) first anthology Goodbye to All That--inspired by Joan Didion's classic essay about loving and leaving Manhattan--chronicled the difficulties and disappointments inherent in loving New York, while Never Can Say Goodbye is a celebration of the city that never sleeps, in the tradition of E.B. White's classic essay, "Here Is New York." Featuring contributions from such luminaries as Elizabeth Gilbert, Susan Orlean, Nick Flynn, Adelle Waldman, Phillip Lopate, Owen King, Amy Sohn, and many others, this collection of essays is a must-have for every lover of New York--regardless of whether or not you call the Big Apple home"--
As seventeen-year-old Imani, star of her high school basketball team, struggles with the SATs and worries about the cost of college tuition, other girls in her crowd deal with grimmer problems, including drug addiction, domestic violence, and teenage pregnancy.
It looks, Frankie thought happily to herself, like a proper fabulous frock shop! Francesca Meredith has always had a penchant for vintage dresses. So when she inherits a retro dress shop in the quaint Berkshire village of Kingston Dapple, it's better than winning the lottery. Life is just perfect for Frankie, but it's about to get complicated when she sees a masculine vision setting up shop outside her door - heart-throb florist Dexter Valentine. As Frankie tries her best to make 'Francesca's Fabulous Frocks' into a success, Dexter's philandering proves the ultimate distraction. That is, until the village medium insists that Frankie's shop is haunted and Frankie starts witnessing some very strange shenanigans. Will Dexter think she's crazy? Will Frankie's terribly ordinary life return to normal ever again? Does she even want it to. . .?