December 2013 Book: Coming Home

December 2013 Members’ Selection

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Members’ Selection: December 2013

Book: Coming Home

Author: Stacy Hawkins Adams

Review: Saturday February 8, 2013

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If forgiving your ex-husband was easy, everybody would do it. Brent had cheated on Dayna and coldly said goodbye to her seven long years ago—dashing her hopes of having children or growing old with the love of her life. Working hard to make herself successful as a hospital executive, Dayna has moved on, finding comfort in a new dating relationship with a faith-filled colleague, Warren. But when Brent resurfaces on her doorstep at just the wrong time, Dayna’s heart threatens to come unglued.

Why is Brent asking for forgiveness now? And why are he and his new wife, Tamara, interested in reconciliation with Dayna? The unbelievable answers in Coming Home begin to surface as Brent boldly asks Dayna to support him at the most crucial time of his life. While Tamara’s heart brims with guilt, both women will discover what it means to reach beyond pain and baggage to love unconditionally, leaving the consequences to God.

Authors Bio
Stacy Hawkins Adams is an award-winning author, columnist and speaker.

Her eight nationally-published women’s fiction novels entertain through plots filled with social issues, matters of faith, and true-to-life drama that nudges readers toward the personal growth many of her characters experience. Her faith-based nonfiction book gives women practical tips and inspiration on how to connect more deeply with God.

Before becoming an author and freelance columnist, Stacy was a newspaper reporter for 14 years, primarily at the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. She currently writes a parenting column for the Times-Dispatch that has been awarded honors for the informative and insightful subjects she tackles.

Stacy occasionally teaches writing courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Richmond and provides writing guidance for aspiring authors through her website,

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