Have you ever reached a “turning point” in your life? We all have. If you haven’t yet, you will. The turning point usually comes when it’s least expected. In this story, Mrs. Francis Ray tells the story of when the main characters (Lilly and Adam) reach the turning point in their lives. It just so happens that the turning point for them both is each other.
Lilly is desperate to escape her abusive husband. She’s so desperate to leave….she files for divorce and leave with practically the clothes on her back and the almost broken down vehicle she was driving.
Life had thrown a curve ball in Adams life by leaving him blind due to a car- jacking attempt. His once vibrant life stopped because now he’s left very bitter.
Mrs. Ray brings these characters together letting them both find the love and happiness they both deserve and desire. They’re brought together by chance. Who would have thought that Lilly’s car would have quit on her in the small Louisiana town, in the middle of nowhere? As chance would have it, she’s discovered by Adams mother who sees something in Lilly. She sees the kindness that her son needs. Lilly needs a job……..Adam needs a caregiver. They both have something the other needs. As the story unfolds, these characters reach the turning point of their lives by getting what they both need….each other.
The book is chocked full of everyday life, yet Mrs. Ray puts a spin on the setting, the characters and her descriptions of each has the reader lost in a time of life, love and happiness.
Just when you think you want to give up – the God’s of Love prevail and the two give into their destiny.
This is one of the earlier works of Mrs. Ray. It’s an oldie but a goodie.
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