This is the last book in the Baxter series. And it was such a sad book. I am a tragedy junkie but this one had me in tears and I think I'm good with tragedies for at least three months now. But the book was oh so good. Karen does such a good job of interweaving faith in her books. Not just faith we speak but real faith, faith played out in the midst of tragedy. The whole Baxter family is getting together for their dads 70th birthday. But before they can celebrate tragedy strikes. It will take all their faith and prayers to get them through the darkness. Will their love be stronger than their heartache? Will they be able to remember God's promises? I'm tearing up just writing this. So forewarning, you will cry, you might even have to put down the book for a breather. But it is worth it. Karen did good. She ended the Baxter family well. "Love between two hearts, two souls was never the same from one person to the next." Love looks different between all of us. God designed us all different so our love looks different. Read this book, it will give you faith. If you are in the middle of a trial, of your own dark time, this book will bring hope and renew your faith.