A Way Back to You by Emily Gray Clawson

June 12, 2013 | 3 Comments

What would you do if you were given a second chance?

Annabelle, whom nearly everyone calls Anne, has been stuck in the past for two years. Numbed by grief over her husband’s unexpected death and overwhelmed with the responsibility of raising their three young children alone, Anne agrees to let a friend take the kids for the weekend while she tries to get some much-needed rest at her parent’s home.

But when Anne wakes up the next morning, she is suddenly sixteen again. And it just happens to be the worst day she spent as a teenager.

High school the second time around brings unforeseen changes and frustrations, but remembering that her future husband, Mitch, has just returned from a mission and is living on the other side of town gives Anne hope. Getting Mitch’s attention (for the second time) is more complicated than she could have imagined, but Anne discovers she is stronger than she believed possible—and there just might be a future for her after all.

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Title: A Way Back to You

Author: Emily Gray Clawson

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: June 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1609075217

Formats: 208 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Women’s/Romance

3 responses to “A Way Back to You by Emily Gray Clawson

  1. WOW! What an AMAZING story!
    Twists and turns that will take your breath away.
    Love and tenderness.
    Heartache and loneliness.
    Strength and happiness.
    So captivating you will keep turning pages to find out what waits in the next chapter.
    SO. SO. SO. GOOD!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    4.5 stars. This was an interesting time travel story in the LDS fiction genre. It tells the story of a young grieving widow who travels back in time to when she is 16 years old. I liked seeing her grown-up perspective on all the teenage high school drama. And I wasn’t sure where the story was going to go, but really liked the way it ended! (I only wish the ending had been elaborated on a little more!)

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