(from our review) "So many regrets, Lord. So many regrets." These words of Sophia Taylor echo through the pages of Whispers from Yesterday, an intricate tale of pain and despair rooted in the past - and the love, faith, and hope that heal the present and change the future. Robin Lee Hatcher boldly, but with great love, tackles heavy moral issues facing men and women today without wavering, as her characters learn to trust in the God who holds their futures as well as their pasts. Romance is a strong element, but the spiritual journey of each primary character remains paramount in this story of redemption and renewal. It is a hot summer day in Idaho when eighty-two year-old Sophia Taylor sees the past step into the present in the form of her granddaughter, Karen Butler, whom she has never before met. No introduction is necessary; Karen is the living image of her deceased mother, Maggie Taylor Butler. To Sophia's sorrow, Karen resembles her mother in more ways than physically.The same tormented, haughty, love-starved spirit peers through Karen's eyes. "The sins of the fathers are visited upon the next generation and the next," murmurs Sophia as she realizes the condition of Karen's rejection-scarred heart, and what it will take to heal her.
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