In This Together - Stories from Hope Haven - Book 15
The people of Hope Haven Hospital provide health-care support the way it is meant to be: top-botch, kind, loving, and complemented by friendship and God’s fellowship. Come live, love, pray, and hope with these amazing nurses as they face life-and-death challenges and stand in wonderment at the healing power of God’s grace.Book Description In This Together
– Book 15
Elena Rodriguez is excited to oversee the hospital committee organizing several community fund-raisers for cancer research—which is why she is stunned to receive alarming information about her own health. The work she is doing takes on a new and profound meaning as she confronts decisions she never imagined she’d have to make.
As Elena copes with her news, James Bell and his wife Fern celebrate their own: Fern’s multiple sclerosis is in remission! After nine years of uncertainty, Fern can’t wait to start living life to the fullest again, if only James could let her. He can’t help worrying his wife is overexerting herself. Meanwhile, newlyweds Candace and Heath Carlson begin to learn about each other’s quirks. How can Candace accept it’s no longer her house, but theirs ? Anabelle Scot and her husband Cam are proud of their hardworking son Evan as he plans an autumn maze and pumpkin patch at the family business. It’s the perfect way to celebrate the season, until an unexpected disaster puts the business’ future in doubt.
At the hospital’s, Walk for a Cure, Elena sees her granddaughter Izzy enthusiastically supporting her Buela . She is reminded that she’s not alone in her fight—that she, her family, friends, and community are in this together.About the Author
Award-winning author Anne Marie Rodgers has published more than forty novels since 1992, several o which have been best sellers. Her work for Guideposts includes stories in the series Tales from Grace Chapel Inn and Mystery and the Minister’s Wife.
Anne Marie has been involved in animal rescue and foster-care efforts for many years. After Hurricane Katrina, she volunteered at the Humane Society of Louisiana, saving animals left behind during evacuation efforts. She also has raised guide dog puppies. Anne Marie currently volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation facility near her home in State College, Pennsylvania, where she cares for orphaned and injured animals, which are released into the wild after their health is restored. The experience has allowed her to get up close and personal with bobcats, fishers, bald and golden eagles, along with many other more common species.Book Details
Author: Patti Berg
Page Count: 256 pages