Serenity Bay

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Harper Collins Christian Publisher, 2005 - Fiction - 323 pages
6 Reviews

Quaint island life in the Puget Sound offers everything Patricia Koehler desires for her husband and children, including the chance to share in the music of her beloved cello. But Patricia harbors a secret she can reveal to no one-until Susan drops into her life with a heart even larger than her love of life and laughter. But neither woman is prepared for the events set in motion when Patricia's secret is revealedů

Can Patricia trust her instincts, or will the sacrifice be too heavy to bear?

Previously published by Bethany House, Serenity Bay has sold over 65,000 copies.

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User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Just don't like books about abused women whose husband kidnaps kids. Great story about trusting God, but very depressing. Read full review

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User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

Heavy reading. Traces the life of an ordinary woman who blindly-in-love marries a disturbed and abusive man. The progression from happy bride to bewildered victim to terrified slave is very well ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
13
Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Bette Nordberg graduated from the University of Washington as a physical therapist in 1977. In 1990, she turned from rehabilitation medicine to writing. Her first book, Evangeline, Woman of Faith (the biography of Evangeline McNeill) , was published in 1996. Married twenty-five years, Bette and her husband, Kim, have four children.

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