Written by Robin Lee Hatcher
Narrated by Leonor Woodworth
Following her father's death and her own attempted suicide, pampered socialite Karen Butler reluctantly seeks refuge at the home of Sophia Taylor, the grandmother she has never known. Determined to escape Sophia's broken-down ranch as soon as she can, Karen resists connecting with its inhabitants - especially Dusty Stoddard, the driven director of the Golden T's summer camp for at-risk youth. Karen is not the only one who has been wounded; Sophia, Dusty, and the boys have all suffered tremendous pain and loss. But by the time Karen discovers this, it is too late to escape; they have become a part of her healing and she a part of theirs. For through their kindness and acceptance, along with the diaries of a remarkable women who died 28 years before she was born, Karen will discover hidden secrets and amazing truths that could lead her to the greatest love of all.
Winner of the 2000 Christy Award for Excellence in Christian Fiction
Finalist for the 2000 RITA Award for Best Inspirational Romance