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Healing Skye

By Janet W. Ferguson


People can’t be trusted.
Animals always made more sense than humans did to marine biologist Skye Youngblood. After her mother’s suicide, she left Alabama and never looked back. These days, she pours her heart into protecting nature’s sea creatures. When she returns to Dauphin Island, Alabama, for a temporary manatee migration study, her dark past is much too close. She can’t let her guard down. But how can she keep her heart hidden when a kind man with a genuine smile makes her want a fresh start?

Charter fishing pays the bills for widower Pete Thompson and his little girl, but like his father, a pastor, Pete can’t help but fish for men. Only, after growing up under constant scrutiny as a preacher’s kid, Pete’s ways are a bit more unconventional. And the bulk of his life revolves around raising his precious daughter.

When he witnesses the car wreck of a new marine biologist on the island, it doesn’t take a genius to see that more than just her physical pain needs tending. Pete feels called to help Skye find true healing, but he’s navigating dangerous waters. And he’s not at all sure he’ll walk away unscathed.

Book Takeaway:

Our God can heal our hearts.

Why the author wrote this book:

Abuse is a subject I didn’t want to delve into, but unfortunately it happens all too often, and I felt called to write about its aftermath in a young woman’s life. If it’s been part of your story, I pray you find healing. That kind of break in trust can shatter a person’s heart. It’s good to get counseling and help to overcome the sorrow and trauma that comes with such a betrayal. We have a God who cares about your pain. We have a God who loves purely—a Savior who heals.


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