A successful career or a successful personal life? For some, it seems as though it has to be one or the other. They’re mutually exclusive. At least that’s what Morgan Harding was beginning to think. A brilliant strategist, Morgan Harding is—was—Edward Rousseau’s muse. As CEO of R. K. International, his mentorship provided wealth, but at tremendous personal cost. When their relationship ends, Morgan travels home to Indigo Beach, Michigan, for answers.
In her book, His Treasure: A McGregor Novel, author M. Lyn Walker takes readers to Morgan’s hometown and on her journey of self-discovery. There she meets fifteen-year-old Petra McDonald. Her widowed father, Jacob McDonald, struggles with Petra’s rebellion, and he sends her to his mother for the summer so that she can sort out Petra’s problems. As a favor to the girl’s grandmother, Morgan agrees to become Petra’s companion. But her scandalous past forces Jacob to make a terrible decision that propels his daughter into danger.
Long-held secrets come to light in His Treasure: A McGregor Novel as Pastor Deon of New Life Full Gospel Church helps his followers understand pride’s destructive power, and that healing begins with repentance and self-forgiveness.