Ava is blessed. She has a loving husband with a good job that provides a comfortable lifestyle. She has a daughter in college who is engaged to be married, and she has a son in high school who is a star on the football team. She even has a ministry, comforting those who have just experienced a tragic loss. Her life is far different from her childhood.
Suddenly, Ava’s life starts to unravel. Her husband is working too many hours and won’t discuss problems at work. Her daughter flies home unexpectedly from college. And Ava must face the tragedies of her childhood before she can grow to deal with the challenges she faces now.
Song of the Brokenhearted shows how clearly the authors understand human emotions and how our past impacts our present and sometimes our future. Ava can overcome once she understands the ties that bind her to the fears of her childhood. Sheila Walsh and Cindy Martinusen Coloma have written a well-crafted story of hope and growth.
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