By Linda Goodnight
Steeple Hill Books – September, 2008
Kat thought that her miscarriage was God's punishment for getting pregnant out of wedlock. She felt that God hadn't forgiven her and she hadn't forgiven herself. In addition to that she had not grieved the loss of her baby. Until she dealt with those issues, she couldn't heal.
Seth Washington was the father of Kat's baby. He had gone on with is life. He had moved away, gotten married, had a daughter, was now divorced and had come back home to Wilson's Cove.
Kat had recently returned to Wilson's Cove from Oklahoma City where she had been an ER doctor.
Seth had his daughter with him for the summer. She hoped that her parents would get back together even though her mother had re-married. She was also quite spoiled. Not unusual when parents are vying for a child's love.
This is a story about what happens when people don't process the emotional things that happen to them. This is especially true with grieving. Enjoy this warm story of hurt and love. I'd rate it a 4 out of 5.