Brad Reynolds' parents died in a car wreck the same day his divorce was final. Trying to put the pieces of his life back together, Brad moves back home to Medicine Park, OK, and takes over his father’s old business. The bait and hardware shop are doing good, Brad’s making some friends, has started going to church and is even trying to start dating again. The only hitch is that he is an addict. He’s kept his addiction well-hidden, for he’s sure that if it were ever to get out his friends would leave him, his business would crumble, and his whole life would collapse. Trying to quit cold-turkey isn’t working, so Brad tries to find one of these new-found friends in which to confide. Can he find someone before he destroys everything—one way or another?
About the Author
Samuel Ben "Sam" White is an author and minister who lives in the Texas panhandle. Besides being a husband and father, he is also the cartoonist for the local newspaper and a chaplain for both the local hospital and the local hospice. In his spare time he likes to ski, play board games with his family and root for the Houston Astros.