Ray of Light: The Days of Redemption Series, Book Two

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HarperCollins, May 14, 2013 - Fiction - 288 pages
14 Reviews

When two hearts connect on a beach in Florida, is it a brief romance . . . or the start of a lasting love?

After family secrets come to light, causing an uproar, Roman Keim is taking a much-needed vacation to Pinecraft, the Amish snowbird community in Florida. The warm weather is a welcome break from the bleak Ohio winter, as is a week off from all his family's drama. But Roman's own drama begins when he meets his next-door neighbors: Amanda Yoder, a beautiful young widow, and her adorable daughter, Regina.

In the two years since her husband died, Amanda has never looked at another man. She certainly doesn't intend to get married again. But she can't deny that there's something special between her and Roman. As his week in Pinecraft comes to a close, Amanda knows that, in spite of her attempt to remain distant, she's given Roman a piece of her heart. And her daughter seems to have fallen in love, too.

Is there hope for a second chance at love for Amanda? Or will duty call Roman home first, far from the two women who have captured his heart?

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A Ray of Light on a Cold Winter's Day

User Review  - Becky - Christianbook.com

Shelley Shepard Gray 's Ray of Light is fantastic. This is the second story in the Days of Redemption series and I love it. For those of you who didn't read Daybreak (the first in the series) you won ... Read full review

A great Read

User Review  - Wilani - Christianbook.com

I loved this book. This is the middle book in a series. I am so glad I have the next book in the series so can continue with this moving story. One of the theme's for this book is overcoming grief. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers prestigious Carol Award, and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town's bike trail.

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