About The Book
A beautiful blanket of snow may cover the quaint town of Deep Haven each winter, but it can’t quite hide the wreckage of Noelle and Eli Hueston’s marriage.
After twenty-five years, they’re contemplating divorce . . . just as soon as their youngest son graduates from high school. But then an accident erases part of Noelle’s memory. Though her other injuries are minor, she doesn’t remember Eli, their children, or the tragedy that has ripped their family apart. What’s more, Noelle is shocked that her life has turned out nothing like she dreamed it would. As she tries to regain her memory and slowly steps into her role as a wife and mother, Eli helps her readjust to daily life with sometimes-hilarious, sometimes-heartwarming results. But can she fall in love again with a man she can’t remember?
Will their secrets destroy them . . . or has erasing the past given them a chance for a future?
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This book taught me a lesson about forgiveness and showed me that this is a personal area that I need to work on in my spiritual life. I think I needed to forgive Eli more than Noelle-I hated him and judged him for 3/4 of the book and was unwilling to look past his mistakes until a particularly poignant and convicting part of the story. The best books incite us to examine our own lives through the successes and failures of effective characters that speak to our hearts, and this book certainly fits in this category.
Emma and Kyle’s story may be categorized as a subplot but their was not anything subordinate about their contributions to this story. Emma’s journey of healing after the loss of her father and best friend was heart wrenchingly raw. I love how Susie creates female lead characters who have hootspa and authentic relationships with God. I would want to be friends with these women; in fact, I feel like they are my friends. They are take charge
At the end of the book my heart cried out “No! Give me more!” All of Susie books end too soon-not because they don’t have great conclusions, but because I am bereft when the characters leave me. I spend the next few days mulling over the plots and how they affected me emotionally and spiritually because the story plagues my thoughts in those quite moments before sleep takes me over.
I hope our next visit to Deep Haven brings these characters back for a visit.
**Review copy provided by Litfuse Publicity**