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In 1966, a tragic accident apparently robs Maria of Daniel, the dashing Raf pilot that she loves unreservedly, and perhaps it's not surprising that she rushes headlong into marriage with Howard. But almost instantly, she discovers he has a cruel streak, and because of her Christian faith, it seems she is condemned to a lifetime of unhappiness. That is, until five years later, when her best friend Stephanie thinks she might have seen the supposedly dead Daniel. Is she right, and if she is, what will it mean for Maria, who believes in the sanctity of marriage? God is there to help her on her journey, but how many more years must pass before she finally finds complete happiness, and who will it be with?

©2010 Carol Collins (P)2018 Amy de Roche

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The people in the story seemed real

Thoroughly enjoyed this book. I liked the way the story unfolded the life of the various characters. The people in the story seemed real, and the situations seemed possible. There were times when the tears caught in my throat because of the emotions conveyed by the excellent narration of Lynne Thompson as I followed the story.