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A shocking revelation could tear them apart...or open their eyes to a whole new world.

Olivia Cline has followed her husband to a new town, hoping for a fresh start after Derek’s affair with a coworker. But even before they move into their new home, tragedy strikes, and Derek is gone. With no job and precious little money, how will she cope? Going back to Chicago isn’t an option. Especially not after Olivia’s shocking discovery only weeks after Derek’s death. Her answer comes in a job posting - and the handsome, brooding artist who posted it.

Acclaimed artist Reed Vincent has recently regained his eyesight, thanks to a corneal transplant. But to help him through the transition, he needs an assistant in his studio. Olivia, an aspiring artist herself, is just what Reed was looking for. And easy on the eyes, too. Through Reed’s eyes, Olivia begins to see the possibilities before her. Before them. Until, in a flash of insight, she knows why his signature is so hauntingly familiar...The revelation could tear the couple apart...or open their eyes to a new journey from sorrow to joy.

This novel was originally published in 2009 under the same title. It has been updated from the original and includes an all-new epilogue!

©2020 Deborah Raney (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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I loved this book

I could not stop listening. I felt the pain of loss with Olivia and the shock and confusion. I felt the tenderness that Reed felt but was reluctant to show. The surprises keep you listening and tug at your heart. You won’t be disappointed with this book.

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God’s Plan

New job, new house, new town. New beginnings.
Derek and Olivia Cline are moving from Chicago to Missouri. Derek took on a new job. They plan to start their family.
This book held my attention from the very start. Faith filled with God’s love.
Julie Lancelot is the perfect narrator for this book.

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Never have I read a more frustrating book with irrational thinking

If this is an example of how believers in God think then please don’t let me near them! The premise of this book that Olivia’s first husband being an organ donor to her artist employer being horrible/awful or unacceptable is so outlandish that it lost all credibility to me. I was so very frustrated that I almost didn’t finish it. Only the promise of a “newly added epilogue” brought me back! I really disliked the portrayal of how God was supposedly working here!

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I found l had to skip a lot of chapters as my interest was declining it was towards the end of the book to get in to wanting to know if it would be happy ending or not but it was a nice story line but very slow going

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Unhealthy Christian depictions

I prefer books that have a Christian perspective, but this book communicates some views that can be very hurtful. I love happy endings because life is often hurtful. But I don’t love depicting happy endings in this life as theology. There are statements in this book about God working things out nicely in this life. God does much of that, but too many faithful Christians have continuing pain. What do they hear when they are told God will make it a good thing in this life? Very many women do have to make low wages stretch for their families. No one rescues them. We want to read a rescue, but not make its inevitably seem theology. If we do, what does that say to those left behind?

Olivia’s tirade toward Reed after finding out he was saved from blindness by receiving her dead husband’s corneas is hard to stomach as well. What selfishness it would take to plant guilt for something like that.

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What A Beautiful well written story!!!!

The story line was so beautiful and very heartfelt! Everyone should take the time to listen to this story or any story by this author! She has become 1 of my favorites!!!