From the best-selling author of Crossing Oceans comes a heartrending yet uplifting story of friendship and redemption. On the cusp of adulthood, eighteen-year-old Penny Carson is swept off her feet by a handsome farmhand with a confident swagger. Though Trent Taylor seems like Prince Charming and offers an escape from her one-stop-sign town, Penny's happily-ever-after lasts no longer than their breakneck courtship. Before the ink even dries on their marriage certificate, he hits her for the first time. It isn't the last, yet the bruises that can't be seen are the most painful of all.
When Trent is injured in a welding accident and his paycheck stops, he has no choice but to finally allow Penny to take a job cleaning houses. Here she meets two women from very different worlds who will teach her to live and laugh again, and lend her their backbones just long enough for her to find her own.
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Gina Holmes is a Senior Publicist with Silver Seas PR (www.silverseaspr.com), the President and founder of popular literary site, Novel Rocket, and award-winning author of Crossing Oceans, Dry as Rain, and Wings of Glass. She resides with her husband and children in southern Virginia. She works too hard, laughs too loud, and longs to see others heal from their past and discover their God-given purpose. To learn more about her, visit www.ginaholmes.com or www.novelrocket.com.
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I have to tell you I have read Gina's first two books they were good. Well Crossing Oceans was one of the best books I have ever read. When I got my copy of Wings of Glass I just was not sure that Gina could top Crossing Oceans, Well she did.
This is such a moving book. A book full of hope. My heart went out to Penny, I have lived that life and I just felt her pain.
This was a very emotional read for me, but I never put it down. Gina pulled me in and I am happy to say it is my new favorite book by her.
I loved the end, it turned out just like I was hoping it would.
I give this book 5 stars and I highly recommend it.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher.