Where Yesterday Lives
At thirty-one, Ellen Barrett has already won a Pulitzer prize. Sadly, though, her skill as a journalist far surpasses her ability to sort out her troubled past, so she's less than eager to return to picturesque Petoskey, Michigan, for her beloved father's funeral. When she most needs comfort, her husband is distant and her siblings antagonistic—and the solace an old sweetheart offers is almost too much to resist. In the end, going home to the shores of Little Traverse Bay is an emotional and spiritual journey for Ellen and a rediscovery of what is truly important and eternal in her life.
Review by DeLynne Teoli, June 6, 2008
This was by far the best book I have read of yours. And I have read almost all of them. I am blessed to still have both my parents, but I dread the day that I don't. Thank you so much for writing what GOD wants you to write! We are all so blessed to have you in our homes everytime we read your books.