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As Jake and Ellen Brighton prepare for a new life together on the eve of their youngest son's high school graduation, their life begins to fall apart. Forty-seven-year-old Ellen is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. While Ellen's mind and body degenerate, Jake questions God's justice in letting his wife suffer, and he confronts his own weaknesses as he contemplates breaking his wedding vows for the consolations and pleasures that intimacy with another woman will bring him in his time of need. First novelist Raney has fashioned a startlingly honest portrayal of love, commitment, and redemption in the midst of tragedy that will appeal strongly to fans of Janette Oke and Neva Coyle. Recommended for public libraries.
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Award-winning fiction author Deborah Raney has a gift for dealing with difficult issues in a sensitive and compassion manner. Her 1996 release, A Vow to Cherish, was a fictional account of one couple's struggle with Alzheimer's disease. Deborah's powerful portrayal of that painful ordeal won her a 1997 Angel Award.
As a popular writer, speaker, and stay-at-home mother of four, Deborah has her hands full. She is active in her community as a Sunday school teacher, a volunteer in her children's school, a member in her town's recreation-community education board, and yet manages to find time to write as well.
Deborah, her husband, author/illustrator Ken Raney, and their children all live in Kansas.
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