by Angela Hallstrom
A sincere and well-written story, told from the various perspectives of family members.
Fiction - LDS
Appropriate for adults and older teens ready to deal with more mature themes
Nathan took a deep breath. He wasn't good at these conversations, never had been. He had a hard time understanding Alicia's eagerness for complication.
And that's the prayer she prays as she rocks, over and over, as insistent as the Indian chants she hears sometimes, throbbing down from the mountains at night. I've had all I can bear. She knows that he can hear her. She doesn't know if he agrees.