Still Saving is the triumphant story of Agnes Firestone, whose childhood is upended by divorce and death. Her mother, Liandra, begins bringing home many useless items that soon begin to crowd the home. A “goat path” must be made in each room so a person can move from one room to another. Agnes struggles with caring for her mother and her siblings, while balancing education and work.
Will Agnes finally be able to focus on her own life and have everything she worked so hard to achieve? Or will she forever be saving those she loves?
A story about the bond of family, the courage to make one’s own path, and the love that ultimately saves Agnes.
About the Author: This is the second book by S. Mary Scott. Her first book is Abbey’s Still, the story of four women living in two different eras, who must find empowerment within themselves. The author has already begun her third novel about a woman named Amy, who happily acquires love, marriage, and a home, only to have it all taken away from her. She finds the inner strength to rebuild with the help of a mysterious man who saves her life.