Through Winter Skies (The Evans Family, Book Two)

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Ten years ago, childhood friends Zach and Emery were involved in an incident that marked their lives forever. Now adults, Zach finds out that members of the gang that nearly killed her are searching for her again. Tracking her down, he vows to protect her, and their love blooms while the healing begins. But the danger continues to lurk overhead, and they wonder if their love will have a future. More

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Published: Feb. 14, 2012
Words: 97,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465923011
About Collette Scott

Always composing stories in her head, Collette began her first novel at the age of eight. Since then, she has obtained her bachelor’s degree in English literature and master’s degree in education while squeezing in her writing whenever possible. The author is currently hard at work on her best-selling Evans Family Series and recently released book four, Kat's Last Chance. Her previous novels include Hannah's Blessing and the critically acclaimed Forever Sunshine, which was voted #35 in the Heart Press Publishing’s Best Women’s Fiction poll. The New England native now resides in Arizona with her family and multiple family pets.

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Review by: Linda Hawley on May 03, 2012 : star star star star star
Through Winter Skies is a story of hope, painted vividly in the full spectrum of emotion's color. Gritty and real, it's a dramatic contemporary American story that's beautifully written. The author has a gift of understanding the nuances of relationships, making them believable to the reader. Foreshadowing events without giving away plot and building page-turning suspense are two of Scott's talents as an author. Through Winter Skies is certainly an emotional journey where you're invested in the characters; I dare you to finish this novel without shedding a tear.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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