After two years of trying without success to have a baby, Elizabeth Truman learns that her husband may already be a father. While he bonds with the son he never knew he had, Elizabeth’s increased desperation to have a baby of her own causes her to choose a path of deception. When it dead ends in despair, however, she questions both her faith and the faithfulness of the Lord.
Amy Beauregard arrives in Harvest Bay with her ten-year-old son, harboring secrets that could destroy her chance at happiness, and the conviction that God has long since abandoned her. But while she picks up the pieces of her shattered life, things start to fall into place that she couldn't have predicted.
With Thanksgiving approaching, an unexpected visitor and a strange twist of fate remind both Elizabeth and Amy that even in the darkest times God is guiding His children, drawing them together in a way neither could have imagined. Will their renewed faith be strong enough to lead them through another crisis—or will The Heart's Lullaby be left unsung?
“Author Jen Stephens has crafted a novel that is both tender and powerful, reaching out to engage readers’ minds and woo their heartstrings. The Heart’s Lullaby is just that—a story that sings to us of promises kept and dreams restored. This book will leave you encouraged about your own relationships and reaching out for more of God’s plans and purpose for your life.” —Kathi Macias is the author of forty books, including The Deliverer and Unexpected Christmas Hero
“Filled with hope, The Heart's Lullaby is a story of redemption, second chances, and most of all, a tale of dreams that do come true.” —Alice J. Wisler, author of Rain Song, How Sweet It Is, Hatteras Girl, A Wedding Invitation, and Still Life in Shadows
“A beautifully told story of love and tragedy—and the intertwined lives of two women who needed each other more than they could have ever known, The Heart’s Lullaby will draw you in and not let you go until you’ve turned the final page. And still its melody lingers.” —Kathy Harris, author of The Road to Mercy
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Published October 1, 2012
by Sheaf House.
Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction.