Allison and Logan Macintyre's marriage has flourished in the years since World War II. Logan is now a distinguished member of the British Parliament and, at Lady Joanna's passing, Allison finds herself responsible for all of Stonewycke. While the family grieves their loss at the graveside services, an unfamiliar woman arrives to lay a rose on the coffin. Leaving an air of guarded mystery in her wake, the stranger disappears with a whisper intended for no one's ears but her own: "If only I'd come sooner . . ."
Filled with questions, Allison and Logan must once again examine their past and rely on their faith to sustain them through discoveries that promise to reshape their lives.
About the Author
Michael Phillips is a bestselling author with more than seventy of his own titles. In addition to his own work, Phillips has helped reawaken interest in Victorian novelist George MacDonald over the past thirty years. Michael and his wife alternate their time between Scotland and their home in California.
Judith Pella is a bestselling, award-winning author whose in-depth research combines with her skillful storytelling to provide readers with dramatic, thought-provoking novels. She and her husband make their home in Oregon.