When you lose someone you love, you lose a little piece of yourself…
Life isn’t always fair, and Olivia has experienced more than her share of it. At the tender age of two, she lost her big brother, whom she adored. Then, as a young adult, she loses her father and then her sister. Has God packed up his suitcases and moved out of her life? Sometimes she wonders.
Loving is hard—too hard—because it means risking losing someone else. But could joy and love await her, beyond the days of whys, the wishful thinking, and the regrets? She finds herself drawn to Jack, the landscape architect for The Ragweed Garden, but so much has to happen in her own heart first.
Readers who have lost loved ones and questioned God’s presence in the process will find comfort here.—Dr. Robert R. Shelton, Pitt Memorial Hospital, NC
Tapestry could well be the next Tuesdays with Morrie. It touches the sore spots we all feel when we lose someone we love.—Lynn Payne, CRM, Barnes and Noble
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