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  • ISBN: 9781418566555
  • ISBN: 1418566551
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (386 pages).
  • Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, [2007]

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In a contemporary family saga set in San Diego, God's healing hand refines a husband and wife through a fatal fire that ultimately serves to re-ignite their passion for their marriage.
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Genre: Religious fiction.
Electronic books.
Christian fiction.
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  • Baker & Taylor
    In a contemporary family saga set in San Diego, God's healing hand refines a husband and wife through a fatal fire that ultimately serves to re-ignite their passion for their marriage.
  • Thomas Nelson

    An unopened gift. A broken vow. A tragic fire. Sometimes there are wounds that even time can't heal.

    Max and Claire Beaumont seem to have the perfect marriage. They live in a beautiful home, have four wonderful children and everything else that success and money can buy. Yet beneath this picture-perfect exterior, Claire's life is falling apart. She can no longer hold her peace and keep up appearances.

    After all the silent years, she must speak the truth.

    As their lives unravel, deep needs and even deeper hurts are revealed. Not only the wounds between husband and wife, but family wounds as well. Will this time of soul-searching and conflict bring them closer together--or tear their marriage apart?

    It's a strange irony to leave home in search of a safe harbor. Yet that is often where the journey begins . . . especially when it is time to mend.

    A Time to Mend is the first novel in the Safe Harbor series. Drawing on the insights of best-selling marriage expert Gary Smalley, the series explores the joys and struggles of marriage, family, and faith.

  • Thomas Nelson
    An unopened gift. A broken vow. A tragic fire. Sometimes there are wounds that even time can't heal.

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