Emma has been married to Sam for less than two years when, suddenly and devastatingly, she finds herself left with the sole responsibility for their little twins, Millie and Joel, who are just eleven weeks old. Her church family provides practical help, and a long-time Christian friend offers support and encouragement. But Emma struggles to trust in God's goodness as she tries to rebuild her life and provide Millie and Joel with the care they need. A chance encounter with a former sweetheart, Nick, reminds Emma of an old anger and another heartbreak that she had tried to forget. To her surprise, Nick begins to help Emma and the twins occasionally, and she finds herself wondering whether there could be any chance that he has changed his ways. But how can she trust a man who has hurt her so badly in the past? Imperfect communication and the inevitable misjudgments of the human heart cause complications, but when Emma's brother takes a hand in proceedings, there are unexpected developments that change everything.
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About the Author
Elisabeth Lidbetter is an English writer who lives in Kent. Finding that a degree in Engineering Science from Oxford University and professional training as a patent attorney were of rather less use as a Christian wife and mother than a dependence on God and His word, and the support of a caring church family, Elisabeth incorporates her experiences into her writing. She writes about the struggles and joys of everyday life as a Christian in a contemporary, suburban, English setting, exploring the way in which faith shapes the actions, priorities and relationships of her characters.