She locked up the vision like a monster in her mind’s maze, but it lurked there, on The Edge of Recall. Tessa Young is a landscape architect who specializes in the design and creation of labyrinths. For years she has immersed herself in the healing aspects of these elaborate structures, searching for God and hoping to make sense of the nightmares that have plagued her since childhood.
When Smith Chandler, a colleague who once betrayed her, offers an opportunity to reconstruct a remarkable Colonial-era labyrinth, she can’t resist this project of a lifetime.
But one evening, as dusk falls, an assailant ambushes Tessa and Smith and the real nightmare begins.
When a young woman stumbles out of the Hanalei Mountains on the island of Kauai with no memory of who she is or how she got there, Cameron Pierce reluctantly agrees to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding her arrival. As pieces begin to fall into place, he suspects her injuries were no accident, but he’s far from convinced she’s an innocent victim. And there’s that nagging feeling he’s seen her somewhere before….
Now known as Jade, the woman begins to recall fragments of what led her to this place, and she realizes the danger isn’t over. Jade and the cynical Hawaiian investigator attempt to reconstruct the threads of her identity, but the stakes are far higher than either expected.
A Crossings Book Club Main Selection, Christianbook.com Pick of the Week, and CBA Bestseller
Seeing a Halo Was Supposed to Mean Something Good…
The halo she glimpsed around the sun was the first sign that this might be it–the place she was searching for. Filled with hope and promise, Alessi Moore pulls into Charity amidst her first real snowfall. Enraptured by the pure, serene beauty of the little town, she just knows something good is coming.
But her almost heavenly impression is quickly dashed by an unforeseen loss. Left with nothing but the clothes on her back, Alessi is cast into the care of a reluctant party. Yet in a place where nothing could be wrong, darkness sometimes lurks.
When a Firefighter Fails, People Die…
Cal Morrison was the best firefighter the town of Montrose had seen, until a tragedy left him with a fear he couldn’t shake.
When Laurie Prelane arrives with two children in tow, Cal’s memories of a love once lost are stirred even though he’s no longer the person she once knew.
But why has she returned?