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    "Sometimes you just have to forget all the other stuff and remember we're sisters." It's a tale of three sisters; no, it's actually a tale of four. Johanna, Jillian and Payton Thatcher have a sister-sized hole within their hearts; the result of a tragic accident that took the life of Payton's twin, Pepper, ten years earlier. Still reeling from the shock, Payton has buried her grief deep inside her soul, throwing her time and efforts into her event planning business, constantly bickering with her oldest sister, and at times feeling awkward around the other. It all comes crashing down around her when she begins dreaming conversations with her deceased sibling, and another potential tragedy unexpectedly looms on the horizon. "If there's one thing he'd learned since God had broken into his life, it was that He was always working in the waiting times." Zachary Gaines has waited ten years to ask the Thatcher family for forgiveness. His role in their family tragedy triggered a spiral of unhealthy behavior that lasted nearly a decade. His first encounter with Payton Thatcher went badly, and the second even worse. But he's confident that Payton is severely broken, and that God has called him to be a part of the restoration for; "he could only hope that Pepper was in heaven. And he would continue to pray for Payton, the sister still on earth." This book is going to be extremely personal for many people on many different levels; the varying personalities of the characters both annoying and endearing, their choices and perspectives quite heartbreaking and realistic, but in the end truth reigns supreme, where it should have been all along. "Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other." I was given a copy of this book by the author and publisher. The opinions stated are entirely my own.
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