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The Forgiving Hour Paperback – April 20, 1999
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of bitterness and anger over her ex-husband’s betrayal, Claire Conway’s life finally seems to be on track. She has raised a fine son, Dakota. Her work is going well, and for the first time in years she finds herself attracted to a man once again!<br><br>Then Dakota brings home his fiancée, Sara Jennings, and everything falls apart. For Sara turns out to be the same woman Claire’s husband had an affair with twelve years before. Forgiving Sara seems impossible. Yet only in that hour of forgiveness can the three of them be truly set free.<br><br>Filled with real-life issues like bitterness and self-protection interwoven with a beautifully written story of one woman’s search for peace, <i>The Forging Hour</i> dramatically illustrates the power of supernatural healing and how transforms lives when we allow God to work in our hearts.
About the Author
A past president of Romance Writers of America, Robin Lee Hatcher is the author of more than 30 historical and contempory novels. Her books have won numerous awards, including the Heart of Romance Readers’ Choice Award for Best Historical, a Career Achievement Award for Americana Romance from Romantic Times, and the Favorite Historical Author Award from Affaire de Coeur. She is also a frequent speaker at writers’ conferences and workshops around the country. For her efforts on behalf of literacy, Laubach Literacy International named their romance award “The Robin.” In those rare moments when she isn’t working on a new book, Robin and her husband, Jerry, like to escape to their cabin in the mountains of Idaho. Readers may visit her at website <http://www.robinleehatcher.com>.
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None of us can live absolutely be free of these thoughts and actions especially when anger and bitterness have been our closest friends for years. What we can pull from this though are the tools to rid us of them with God's help and prayer. I would urge you to read this book and put yourself into the lives of these characters, especially Claire. I did and although I knew how it would end the lessons I learned along the way are well worth it.
Bravo, Ms. Hatcher-I look forward to reading more.
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