When young Aggie accidentally lights a tragic fire, she hides in a rugged Pacific Northwest forest where no one can find her—including smart, mercurial Celia and two irresistible young men: one brilliant and autistic, the other, dangerous. An evocative coming-of-age story about personal wilderness, trust, and the search for forgiveness.
Naturalist, photographer, and award-winning author Cheryl Grey Bostrom lives with her veterinarian husband in rural Whatcom County. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications, including the American Scientific Affiliation’s God and Nature Magazine, for which she’s a regular photo essayist. A member of the Redbud Writers Guild, she has also authored two non-fiction books. This is her first novel.
Maggie Wallem Rowe, MABS, is a national speaker, dramatist, and writer from western North Carolina. Married for 45 years to her pastor-husband Mike, mother of three, and grandmother to six, Maggie’s work includes decades in public relations, adult education, and ministry to women. Maggie is the author of the nonfiction work This Life We Share and the upcoming Life is Sweet, Y’all.