Zac clearly struggled to tell her his story. Ten years ago, the night before her wedding, Brianna discovered that her fiancé, Zac Ender, betrayed her—and she left town in tears. Not as an enforcer, or policeman—to give him a penalty. But in college, Brianna tantalized him with a self-concept that hinted at the possibility of him becoming poised and able to communicate in any situation. She'd been the psychologist at Whispering Hope Clinic where the high school referred their students for counseling for almost that long. Now a school administrator, Zac is asking for her help with kids at risk—such as her own troubled son. As Christmas approaches, the gift of reunited love is waiting to be unwrapped.
You just have to believe in yourself. Get on with it, please. Zac ran every evening after sunset, when the community of Hope was nestled inside their houses with their families around them. Maybe that's when the lingering feelings of abandonment had taken root; maybe he was a loner because he'd never had a role model to show him how to become a man who could open up to a woman, to expose his deepest fears and his worst scars and trust that she would still care for him in spite of everything. I discussed his symptoms with a doctor friend who works with emergency-room overdoses in Santa Fe. But how can she work with the man who broke her heart? If only her mother had been like that—caring instead of trying to force her daughter to give up her dream for a business she detested. I refuse to allow drugs to ruin another young life.
You're director of education, huh? This tragedy would have decimated him. Brianna breathed deeply as she headed back to the clinic. This book was a light read. However, the way I felt he was portrayed made him seem to be in the 13-15 year old range. Now a school administrator, Zac is asking for her help with kids at risksuch as her own troubled son. Helping children in her hometown is a dream fulfilled for single mother Brianna Benson. I thought the characters were very realistically portrayed.
But being back in Hope, New Mexico, isn't easy for the medical clinic's new child psychologist. I need to get to the bottom of this, and Cory provided some perspective. My office is this way. As Christmas approaches, the gift of reunited love is waiting to be unwrapped. Zac had bought into her dream that he could finally shed his inhibitions and open up to people as she did, without freezing up. Today, with over a dozen titles and well over half a million books in print worldwide, Richer continues to build a huge fan base through her inspirational work. What did he know about loving a woman? What did he know about loving a woman? She walked past Zac toward the office at the rear of the hall.
As Christmas approaches, the gift of reunited love is waiting to be unwrapped. His ragged voice showed the pain of that failure lingered. Overall, I liked this book. Not a lot of books use friends as mentors, and I thought it was a good device. In fact, Cory was so wound up, he hit another student in the hallway. The words emerged in short clipped sentences.
The words spurted out without conscious thought. Her heart cried at the thought of Cory messing up this last opportunity. Last year was my first year in this job and it was an eye-opener. Brianna could not afford to get sidetracked by handsome Zac Ender. So why had Zac waited until today, at ten past eleven, to renew their acquaintance? But how can she work with the man who broke her heart? Now a school administrator, Zac is asking for her help w Helping children in her hometown is a dream fulfilled for single mother Brianna Benson. Zac had no illusions about God ever turning him into a public figure. But tonight his thoughts wandered back ten years to a time when he'd been so certain life couldn't get any better; when Brianna Benson said she loved him and he'd loved her.
He held her gaze with his own. Twice a finalist for the prestigious Holt Medallion — Honoring Outstanding Literary Talent — Richer has also been nominated by Romantic Times Magazine for Best Love Inspir Lois Richer made her debut in 1997 with the launch of Steeple Hill. Good to see you, too, Brianna replied. She has received a Carol and Romantic Times Reviewer Choice Award. You were the one who roused everybody and got them to pitch in and raise money for the trip.
Zac had always bemoaned his height because an incident in his childhood to his knee left him unable to play basketball. The title really tells you the story line. Now a school administrator, Zac is asking for her help with kids at risk—such as her own troubled son. He had no intention of failing twice. He had his life before him, but because someone slipped him that drug, his potential was wasted. Zac had always bemoaned his height because an incident in his childhood to his knee left him unable to play basketball.
But there wasn't much else to remind her of the shy, geeky boy who'd tutored her through junior and senior year so she could win a scholarship to college. Now, ten years later, Brianna had changed, and not just by cutting her hair into a pixie style that framed her face and made her eyes the focal point. But what else can I do? But being back in Hope, New Mexico, isn't easy for the medical clinic's new child psychologist. Such as her own troubled son. But being back in Hope, New Mexico, isn't easy for the medical clinic's new child psychologist. With almost two million books in print worldwide, in suspense and romance genres, Lois Richer writes about characters bold enough to face life's problems head on. She'd expected returning to Hope would give her troubled son the fresh start he needed to turn his world around.