Sometimes for dreams to come true, you have to let go . . .
Outwardly Diane Simmons appears to have everything a woman could want. A successful attorney, she’s beautiful and talented, and yet she always seems to be attracted to the wrong men. Longing to be loved for who she is, not for what she looks like, she finally realizes the world’s view of love is totally unrealistic and distorted and gives up on romance. She wants to find a better way but has no clue where to look.
Dave Passel can never father a biological child. He loves his foster son deeply, but something goes terribly wrong before the adoption can be finalized. When the State tries to reunite the child with the birth mother he has never known and the new caseworker accuses Dave of sabotaging visits with her, he hires Diane to fight for him in court. He believes in God’s sovereignty, but bad experiences with his late wife make it hard for him to trust Diane as she advocates for his son. If only he didn’t struggle so much with letting go . . .
“In Letting Go, Michelle Sutton has drawn from the well of human experience and crafted a powerful story of redemption, forgiveness and compassion. Sutton has a true gift for using fiction to examine the human condition in fine detail. More than a story about the battle to determine the fate of a child, it is a story about the journey from brokenness to wholeness. Her characters reflect our own very real search for meaning within circumstances that are sometimes painful, and God’s eternal desire to reclaim us as His own.”
—Thomas Smith author of Something Stirs
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Published January 31, 2011
by Sheaf House Publishers, LLC.
Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction.