My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Mary Kathryn McMurray.
Two woman who share some family ties, yet who are separated in history. Yet God used the journal of one to bring encouragement from the past to the current life of Sierra. Can both woman find the hope that is in Christ through the difficult trials of life?
I enjoyed how Francine Rivers wove together the lives of two woman who shared family heritage but never met face to face. She created a touching story of forgiveness and reconciliation with Christ as the scarlet thread that ties it all together.
This book is a bit slow starting out and I found that the audio version was the best fit for me in reading this great novel.