2014 Grace Awards Winner - Faith Based Fiction
When Emily Adams hits and kills ten-year-old Isaiah Nelson with her car, she is overwhelmed with remorse. Knowing she cannot undo this tragedy, Emily hopes to atone for Isaiah’s death by good deeds and community service. However, the more she does, the more her life falls apart. With her job on the line, her volunteer efforts fruitless, and her marriage in jeopardy, the final blow comes when Isaiah’s grieving parents file a wrongful death suit. For them, this will be justice and closure, but for Emily this is final proof she will never be forgiven. Not by Isaiah’s parents—not by God. Where do you turn when “I’m sorry” isn’t enough?
All author’s proceeds from the sale of this book are donated to Pour International, a mission dedicated to providing homes for abandoned babies and children in Swaziland, Africa. The homes are built, staffed, and run by the Swazi people and shelter children orphaned by the AIDs epidemic.
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