No dark valley
Her grandmother's funeral meant Celia Coleman must return to the small town she had hoped never to see again. The memories of that long-ago home and church -- and of her own behavior there -- are not happy ones. But now the floodgates are about to open. Bruce Healey is struggling with guilt over his own past, and Celia wants nothing to do with this neighbor of hers. But when God lifts them each from their dark valleys of shame, their hearts could indeed be ready to give and receive love.
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