Genevieve Ferguson has resigned herself to a solitary existence, certain that no man could ever love her now.
Seth Chamberlin knew Genevieve before the tragedy. He longs to restore that vivacious spirit to the broken young woman she has become.
But God may have another path in mind, and nothing is easy in the wild west, where danger is as close as the weather, and just as deadly.
Will Genevieve find peace in the midst of her trials or is love too much to hope for? Will Seth have the strength to follow the path God has set for him or will temptation be too strong to fight? Find out in the continuation of the Ferguson and Chamberlin saga, Into the Sun.
Karina Harris has continued the story with her wonderful characters from the first two books in the series. Genevieve is still having trouble adjusting to the trauma that is described in the first book. Karina doesn’t spend a lot of time dwelling on the details of the inciting event, but instead focuses on how that has changed her view and ability to relate to other people. Karina tells a beautiful story of triumph over fear and uncertainty in the midst of tragedy. She did a beautiful job of weaving the story and the plot line is very well done. The characters are believable and well developed through the story. I enjoyed getting to see the depth of the characters that are created and the overwhelming focus of how God can work and move through the tragedies in our life to remind us of our truly great worth. This is a wonderful series and this book is a fantastic addition to the Elements of Change Series.
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