Remember (Baxter Family Drama--Redemption #2) (Paperback)
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This is book number 2 in the Baxter Family Drama--Redemption series.
Book 2 in the bestselling 5-book Christian fiction series that has sold nearly 2 million copies
A story about tragedy, healing, and the importance of remembering, from Karen Kingsbury, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of "heart-tugging and emotional" (Romantic Times) life-changing fiction, co-authored with Gary Smalley.
Remember is the second book in the original Baxter Family Series, which has gone on to captivate tens of millions of readers and is currently being made into an original television series, produced by Roma Downey and Will Packer.
A Deep Regret
Though Ashley vowed to start a new life when she came back from Paris, the mistakes she made there continue to haunt her. She has locked up her heart, convinced that no one--including God--could forgive her. But four unlikely people--Alzheimer's patients--find the cracks in Ashley's heart and slowly help her heal.
An Unthinkable Tragedy
Then comes the nightmare of September 11, which forever changes the lives of the Baxter family, causing them to remember what is important and leading them to make decisions that are both heartbreaking and hope-filled.
A Steadfast Love
Landon Blake has loved Ashley since he was a teenager, but the heartache of her past has convinced her she'll never be able to love again. Landon tries to dull the pain of her rejection by immersing himself in the rescue efforts at Ground Zero. Will a new opportunity in New York keep him apart from Ashley forever?
Winner of Christian Retailing's Retailer's Choice Award for Best Series
Remember is second book in the five-book Redemption series about the Baxter family--their fears and desires, their strengths and weaknesses, their losses and victories. Each book explores key relationship themes as well as the larger theme of redemption, both in characters' spiritual lives and in their relationships.
Fans will enjoy a personal note from Karen Kingsbury and Gary Smalley as well as discussion questions for book group use.