JUST OVER THE HORIZON Can one small box mend a grieving heart?
Is it possible
for a traveling hospice nurse to find romance in a small southern
town? After all, she is only passing through and needs to focus on
her job--a job that requires compassion and dedication. She can't
afford to have any distractions.
grandmother's death, Sarah has been alone. No family. No friends. No
distractions. Just the way she likes it. Traveling from town to town
is an adventure, meeting new people, exploring new places, but could
her solitary life be growing lonely?
Much to her
surprise, two vastly differing men compete for her attention in the
quaint, historic town of Camden, South Carolina. Nate, the adopted son
of one of Sarah's patients, is a true Southerner with a sarcastic wit
and genuine warmth. On the other hand, Dr. Joseph Thornton is a
caring oncologist who is known as the best catch in the state. Who
could say no to his Hollywood smile and emerald eyes?
This is her goal as a hospice nurse. But distractions is
exactly what she gets. Will she be tempted to put down roots in the
It's a good
thing Sarah's eccentric Nana left her a mysterious box. Nana's gift
provides the guidance and comfort Sarah desperately needs as she
faces heart-wrenching trials. Not only does she have the stress of
caring for the dying, she has to visit patients in the ghetto. What
dangers await a beautiful young nurse making home visits at night?
and trauma, Sarah's childhood faith is shattered. She tries
desperately to hold onto Nana's godly legacy, but it is slipping
away. When a bizarre stranger appears at her door with devastating
news about Nana's past, can her cherished box continue to provide
answers and deepen her faith or will Sarah realize her life has been
based on nothing but lies?