Three years ago Ava Day lost her way. She abandoned her artist husband Ethan and their small daughters, convinced they'd be better off without her. Hiding as Althena Bell, she's buried love and searched for identity in painting her fantasy art again. She's also moved in with Dan, a fellow whose idea of artistic expression is the ink on his arms and a purring street bike dressed in chrome.
After Ava left, Ethan found refuge in a new faith encouraged to grow by lovely young widow Jackie Meyer. Now he's wondering if it's time to give up on Ava and move on.
But when Ava's bohemian lifestyle sours, danger lands her in the haven of Ethan's home again. Her children no longer know her, and her heart aches over the past. But is regret enough to bring about reconciliation? Without faith, courage, and the power of forgiveness can Ethan's safety net hold?Desert Breeze Publishing