Tag: Grief

The Dear Wife by Jennifer Peel

The Dear Wife by Jennifer Peel

She’s been holding on for dear life, now she must learn to let go. Marathon runner and quintessential wife and mother Avery Decker appears to have it all together. But don’t let her smile fool you. Since the death of her daughter four years ago, she’s been trying to fake her way through life. So far, it hasn’t worked out so well. Avery is overwhelmed […]

February 12, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Wish and the Peacock by Wendy S. Swore

The Wish and the Peacock by Wendy S. Swore

Be Strong and Wish Big Paige’s favorite family tradition on the farm is the annual bonfire where everyone tosses in a stone and makes a wish. This time, Paige’s specific wish is one she’s not sure can come ture: Don’t let Mom and Grandpa sell the farm. When Paige’s younger brother finds a wounded peacock in the barn, Paige is sure it’s a sign that […]

February 4, 2020 / 0 Comments
Brother’s Keeper by Christa Jaussi

Brother’s Keeper by Christa Jaussi

This fictional book is based on the author’s experience of losing her brother to suicide when she was only 15 years old. Follow Jordyn’s journey as she discovers the difficulties of life after a tragedy. Feeling all of the emotions, her faith is tested. Jordyn struggles to come to terms with the “new normal” of life, and processing who she now is becomes a daily […]

July 18, 2019 / 0 Comments
As Wide As the Sky by Jessica Pack

As Wide As the Sky by Jessica Pack

Five a.m.: Amanda Mallorie wakes to the knowledge that her son Robbie is gone. And a new chapter of her own life must begin. She has spent four years as her son’s only support, desperately trying to understand the actions that landed him on death row and to change his fate. Now Amanda faces an even more difficult task—finding a way, and a reason, to […]

July 31, 2018 / 0 Comments
Mended by Moonlight by Marsha Ward

Mended by Moonlight by Marsha Ward

A grief-stricken young Confederate widow, Ella Ruth Owen only wants to hide at home and wait to die. Her parents need her to make a pretty appearance in Yankee social circles so her father can recover his business interests. They pressure her to abandon black mourning clothing and make conciliatory visits with her mother to Yankee woman newly arrived in Charlottesville with their carpet-bagger husbands. […]

November 30, 2017 / 0 Comments
The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram

The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram

How do you tell someone who hates you and blames you for the death of his best friend that you miss him? The tragic death of Spencer Schott unravels the lives of the two people he loved most—his girlfriend, Bailey, and his best friend, Wes. Secrets and guilt from that fateful night keep both Bailey and Wes from overcoming Spencer’s loss and moving on with […]

June 21, 2017 / 0 Comments
Accidentally in Love by Shannon Guymon

Accidentally in Love by Shannon Guymon

Letting go of the past and facing the present and future is harder said than done for Kam Matafeo. Getting over his wife’s death isn’t something on Kam’s list of things to do. But when Grace Jackson, his new Sous Chef walks in, life is turned upside down. And not just for him either. Anne, his mother-in-law, is not open to the idea of anyone […]

May 4, 2017 / 1 Comment
Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner

Where are you guys? Text me back. That’s the last message Carver Briggs will ever send his three best friends, Mars, Eli, and Blake. He never thought that it would lead to their death. Now Carver can’t stop blaming himself for the accident and even worse, a powerful judge is pressuring the district attorney to open up a criminal investigation. Luckily, Carver has some unexpected […]

March 24, 2017 / 0 Comments
When I’m Gone by Emily Bleeker

When I’m Gone by Emily Bleeker

Dear Luke, First let me say—I love you…I didn’t want to leave you… Luke Richardson has returned home after burying Natalie, his beloved wife of sixteen years, ready to face the hard job of raising their three children alone. But there’s something he’s not prepared for—a blue envelope with his name scrawled across the front in Natalie’s handwriting, waiting for him on the floor of […]

March 16, 2016 / 0 Comments