By Eva Marie Everson
Kimberly Tucker's existence hasn't became out the best way she inspiration it can. A divorced mom of 2, Kim resents her ex-husband for relocating on along with his lifestyles and dwelling it up whereas she struggles to appreciate what went fallacious. while her sons prove spending 5 weeks of summer season holiday with their father, Kim's personal father indicates a respite within the kin holiday domestic on tiny Cedar Key Island. As Kim revisits her formative years thoughts and loves, she quickly discovers that treasures in lifestyles are frequently buried, and errors either previous and current develop into redeemable in God's hand. Readers can be swept away to an island retreat the place they stroll along Kim as she discovers that God's solutions would possibly not come simply, yet they do come.
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All six-foot-three of him. “Well, there he is,” Heather said under her breath. “Mr. ” I watched numbly as he casually dipped his tanned hands into the pockets of his khaki chinos. Ralph Lauren, I’d wager. He swore by Ralph Lauren. He drew out the contents and placed them in a bowl on the conveyor belt. His wallet and brown leather belt followed. All the while he conversed with the same officer I’d briefly chatted with earlier. To look at them, one would have thought them old chums. Yet I knew the chances were slim they’d ever seen each other outside of this courthouse.
His shoulders were hunched, making his face look rounder, his cheeks rosier. “Boo, if you were my son, I’d answer you one way. A little more locker room talk, since you brought that up. But you are my daughter, and I’m just not sure how to answer this question. ” He shook his head. ” He looked away. His eyes shifted back and forth as though he were pondering something. ” I glanced out the window. When the house had been built, two years after my parents’ marriage, Dad’s den window provided an angular view of the street we lived on.
While I was sure it was true his hours were demanding, I was equally as positive some of his time spent away from home was to avoid a sometimes overly clinging wife. “I’m sure he is exactly where he says he is,” I said just as we reached the double glass doors, which I opened for us. Heather stepped in ahead of me. Viewing her from the back—and her dressed in a floral sundress, odd-shaped freckles splayed across her shoulders—I was reminded of the dream I’d had the night before. I felt an emptiness fall from the middle of my throat to my stomach, missing Mom again more than I thought possible.
Chasing Sunsets by Eva Marie Everson