After a troubling encounter with a pregnant teen, Sheila Peterson-Brooks hurries from the crisis pregnancy center into the frigid Minnesota winter where she is mugged and left for dead. After a frantic search, Richard, her husband, finds her, and the police quickly nab the mugger ...A hungry, homeless teen.The brother of the pregnant girl Sheila had just counseled.The girl pleads for her brother, and Sheila and Richard choose not to press charges. Instead, they open their home to the boy, a move that could cost them their possessions, and their hearts.And, in the process, teach them the true meaning of home.
Author: Brenda S. Anderson Publisher: Brenda S. Anderson Published: 09/15/2015 Pages: 364 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.87lbs Size: 7.99h x 5.00w x 0.81d ISBN: 9780986214738
About the Author Brenda S. Anderson writes authentic and gritty, life-affirming fiction. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and is currently President of the ACFW Minnesota Chapter, MN-NICE. When not reading or writing, she enjoys music, theater, roller coasters, and baseball, and she loves watching movies with her family. She resides in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area with her husband of 28 years, their three children, and one sassy cat. Learn more about Brenda at: www.BrendaAndersonBooks.com.