Saturday, November 10, 2012
The memory of an act committed when she was nineteen has woven a dark thread through Clen McClendon's life. It is a darkness Clen ignores until the discovery of her husband's infidelity propels her into a quest for redemption and forgiveness.
Leaving her old life, she begins a search for a place to call home and a new way to live. Her journeying provides few answers and peace remains elusive, even during the time she spends in an abbey. Clen then makes the decision that is both desperate and random to go to Wrangell, Alaska.
But choices are never truly random and they always have consequences.
I just finished reading this book and I loved it. I got it free for my Kindle, but would gladly have bought it in a bookstore. I empathized with Clen feeling the loss of her younger brother to cancer, as I lost a younger sister to the same disease. I also empathized with her finding out her husband was cheating on her, been there done that, but I didn't find out until after the divorce.
Through this heart wrenching, heart warming story, the author shows us that no matter how bad things can get in our lives, there is always good waiting for us when we least expect it.