Andrea Henderson, now a single mother, has moved to Moses Lake with her adolescent son, Dustin, who seems drawn to trouble. Andrea�s new job as a social worker is hard enough, but her clients are scattered throughout a rugged terrain. Game warden Mart McClendon is in charge of Moses Lake and the surrounding area. He first meets Andrea when he catches Dustin doing dangerous stunts at the lake with his new buddies. Wingate�s faith-based novel chronicles the relationship of a mother who has to start again, the man who comes to love her, and her son. Readers will enjoy the folksy sayings written on the Wall of Wisdom at the Waterbird Bait and Grocery that begin each chapter. Wingate�s attention to detail, her poignant depictions of her characters, and her lyrical writing style make this book a draw for fans of contemporary and inspirational novels.
Wow| Posted September 19, 2013
Lisa Wingate manages to take a fictional character and mold into a character that is realistic to today. She makes you feel for the characters and she makes you have a bond to them. Must read book !!