Suzanne and her ten-year-old daughter, Blair, take a three-month trip to the southern coast of England to recover from the year's events. As they settle into village life, they make unexpected friends who will change them forever. Eleanor Cavendish, a wise widow who shows them motherly love. Ian Hamilton, a high-strung vicar who takes an immediate interest in Suzanne. And Peter, the charming headmaster, who gets Suzanne's attention with his tender care for Blair.
Set in rugged Cornwall, this is a story of true identity, real friendship and the nature of love.
"In a world choking with isolation, Finding the Way Home is a refreshing, restorative reminder of the power of love and forgiveness."
-Kim Newlen, Founder and President, Sweet Monday®
"Does not disappoint...Richly-layered and overflowing with life and redemption!"
-Jana Ford Muntsinger, literary publicist, Muntsinger-McClure Public Relations
"Captures humanity in its truest sense...An absolute must read."
-Shawn Boyer, Founder and CEO, snagajob.com
-Kim Greene, Women's Leadership Development, WEPC
|Publisher:||Nelson, Thomas, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)|
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Finding the Way Home touches the heart with it's authentic look at the complexities of the heart and relationships. Consider the comments of other readers, Finding the Way Home ".thoughtfully and artistically weaves a story of real relationships and situations.deep.not too predictable like some fiction books are." Others point out how "Byrd's character development is strong.introduced me to characters that I feel for over and over again, and showed me glimpses into my own heart. It is hard to find a book capable of so much and leaving you wanting more.the intricate relationship between Suzanne and Peter is so realistically developed that at times you are rooting for them to connect." I highly recommend it.