What Once We Loved

By Jane Kirkpatrick
(WaterBrook Press, Paperback, 9781578562343, 400pp.)

Publication Date: September 18, 2001

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Description

A CIRCLE OF COURAGEOUS WOMEN DISCOVERS THE MEANING OF INDEPENDENCE, FORGIVENESS, AND LOVE Ruth Martin had a dream: to become an independent woman and build a life in southern Oregon for herself and her children. But when her friend Mazy’s inaction results in a tragedy that shatters Ruth’s dream, Ruth must start anew and try to heal her tender wounds.

Her friends are also moving on. Mazy wrestles with her understanding of what faith and family really mean; Tipton discovers that marriage requires more than she’s ready to give; and Suzanne’s challenge is to keep seeing with new eyes. Together, the turn around women travel to arenas of untested promise where they’ll find a hope that sustains them and relationships they’ll cherish all their days.
THE FINAL BOOK IN THE KINSHIP AND COURAGE SERIES




About the Author

Jane Kirkpatrick is the acclaimed author of two non-fiction books and seven novels, including the award-winning A Sweetness to the Soul and the first two books in the fast-selling Kinship and Courage series: All Together in One Place and No Eye Can See. She and her husband Jerry ranch 160 acres in Eastern Oregon.




Praise For What Once We Loved

“[Kirkpatrick’s] books enfold the reader. They whisper ‘let me tell you about a woman who…’ They find a secret place in each of us and bring it gently to the surface.”
–Salem Statesman Journal, review of All Together in One Place


“Kirkpatrick follows her well-received All Together in One Place with this rich and engaging sequel [No Eye Can See] that could easily stand alone…a thoughtful exploration of human character and community.”
–Publishers Weekly


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