Twenty years had passed and Karen couldn't remember all the details. They were blocked in her subconscious and she wanted to keep it that way. Unfortunately for Karen Ashforth, her sister-in-law, Betsy, refused to sit by and watch Karen consumed by bad memories. Newly converted to the LDS Church, Betsy was determined to help Karen in spite of her brother George's pleas to stop. Mikey, Betsy's niece, added pressure by attempting to sabotage Betsy's beliefs. Betsy held firm to her ideology and to the fact that the Church may give Karen the courage needed to face her tragic past.
Join the Ashforths as they struggle with memories of yesterday, scrape for the hope to face today, and stumble on truths to enrich their tomorrows.
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Page Count: 186
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