Her life was spinning out of control. A mix of anger and emptiness defined her. Desperate for true peace, she headed to a place of rest - the healing sands.
Ryan Coe feels lost - her marriage is over, her kids are living with their dad, her God-life is silent, and her patience is practically non-existent. To top it off, her once exciting job as a photojournalist has been reduced to taking pictures of enchilada festivals and B-level actors. But when she arrives at the scene of a crime and sees her son's face through her zoom lens, her world crashes. Her only mission - to find out who really did this and why they framed her.
But before she can help anyone. Ryan's got to get her anger in check. She turns to Sullivan Crisp's Healing Choices clinic, but even that doesn't go according to plan. Quirky and unusual don't even begin to describe Sully and she soon realizes that he isn't thequick-fix therapist she was hoping for. Between his unorthodox counseling and a group of women who are the first real friends she's had in a long time, Ryan begins to realize it's not control she's for, but something much more powerful.
In the third series entry (after Healing Stones and Healing Waters, selected as the 2009 Women of Faith Novel of the Year), single mom and photojournalist Ryan Alexander-Coe takes a job at a small-town newspaper to be closer to her two sons, who chose to live with their father after her divorce. When one of the boys is arrested, Ryan's anger spills over and brings her to the office of Dr. Sullivan Crisp. Sully is also in crisis, looking for the woman he blames for causing the death of his wife and daughter. Ryan and Sully may never find peace unless they turn to God for grace and guidance. Verdict Recommended for readers facing storms in their own lives. Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
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December 14, 2009
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