One of my favorite contemporary authors is Karen Kingsbury. I love her character development and awesome stories about real people struggling with faith and everyday relationships. She really knows how to tell a great story.
Where Yesterday LivesAuthor: Karen Kingsbury
When tragedy strikes with the death of her father, Ellen Barrett must face her past in order to save her future.She is a thirty-one year old Pulitzer prize winning journalist who is living in a shaky marriage, with a long forgotten faith.She goes back to her hometown for her father’s funeral and flies in early that week to assist her mother with the arrangements.During the trip back to her childhood home, she is faced with loving memories which do not quite align with the current state of family affairs; she is thrown into a situation where she needs to make peace with her siblings, her past, her faith and her future.In the end, she overcomes the ghosts of her past and reunites with her husband, for a future bright with promise; choosing to live life to the fullest, continuing in her father’s legacy.
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