Can love put out the bitterness that burns inside Clay? Clay Burke burns with bitterness toward his older brother, Derek, who deserted him and their ma when they needed him most—just like Pa did. Derek even tried to steal the silver mine Pa had bequeathed to his children. Then Meagan crosses Clay’s path, stirring feelings of compassion and concern he hasn’t felt since his mother died. Meagan Foster barely remembers her own name. She certainly doesn’t know what happened to her family or why she was found wandering across the Nevada wilderness with severe injuries. Nor is she convinced she wants to remember. Something tells her that knowledge will bring shame and earn the rejection of the kind people who have taken her in. Will turmoil from the past keep Meagan and Clay apart, or will the true treasure God has prepared for them be revealed?
“Thou hast caused men to ride over our heads; we went through fire and through water: but thou broughtest us out into a wealthy place." Psalm 66:12
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