How far will one mother go to find her child?
A full year after a painful divorce, Elizabeth’s seventeen-year-old daughter Lillian decides to visit a friend over the Fourth of July weekend but never returns home. With the help of her neighborhood friend Cole, Elizabeth tries to make sense of what really happened and hopefully bring her daughter home.
T.K. CHAPIN is an award winning Inspirational Christian Fiction author who designs his stories to inspire and tug on your heart strings. He believes that telling authentic stories of faith, love and family helps build the faith of believers while inviting non-believers into the reality of God. Each story highlights how God can work in the lives of those who follow Him. Chapin gives all credit for his writing and storytelling abilities to God. The majority of his stories take place in and around his hometown of Spokane Washington. Chapin & his wife reside in Southeast Idaho and have three children. When not writing, he enjoys traveling, swimming and spending time with friends & family.
deban763- “This was my first read by T K Chapin and i was not disappointed. This story is compelling, has you on the edge of your seat, you feel the despair, the pain and the desperation. As a mom, it tugged at my heartstrings. And there is also suspense and a very surprising twist. I love how through it all, they clung to scripture and faith. When their faith in God was tested, they found the strength to cling to Him. I loved this story!”
Fran Coffey- “Love this book! The plot begins with a broken family and a runaway daughter. The story has two points of view, the mother’s and the daughtes’s. Seeing both sides just shows how we minunderstand people’s motives and actions. The book has lots of emotional tension to keep pages turning. The end was a total surprise. Will look for other books by T. K. Chaplin.”
Beth- “The book captured my interest from the beginning. I read the whole book in one sitting. It showed the joys and sorrows of the teen years and the relationship between child and parent. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading books dealing with interpersonal relationships.”