Childhood sweethearts Kinna and Jimmy Henley had simple dreams—marriage, children, a house by the sea… Everything they needed for happily ever after. What they didn’t plan on was years of infertility, stealing those dreams, crushing their hopes.
Now, all that’s left is the memory of young love, and the desperate need for a child to erase the pain. Until…
When Kinna rescues an elderly woman from the sea, the threads of the past, present, and future weave together to reveal the wonder of one final hope. One final chance to follow not their dreams, but God’s plan.
Can they embrace the redemptive power of love before it’s too late? Or will their love be washed away like the castles they once built upon the sand?
I can’t wait to read this book after I turn my next book in next Wednesday. Marlo has written it out of her experiences with infertility. One in six families are affected by infertility, but it’s another one of those topics that the church struggles to address. When we struggled with secondary infertility, I would have loved having a book to read to give me another perspective and some distance. Margo and I bonded last year at ChiLibris as I attended with my miracle baby, Rebecca, and she was pregnant with her miracle baby.
I have two copies to give away, so leave a comment. If we reach 15 or more comments, I will give both copies away.