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Like Always

by Robert Elmer

      As if in midlife crisis mode, Will and Merit Sullivan have just dumped their hectic city life in favor of a change of scenery -to a dilapidated fishing resort in the Middle of Nowhere, Idaho.

With their son just home from the war in Iraq, they happily settle into fixing up their new place, when the unthinkable happens, and a pink line materializes on a pregnancy test. At age forty-five, with three children already, Merit is in shock, but it's nothing compared to the terrible news and the decisions to come. The question they face is: what is really important?

In a love story unlike any other, Author Robert Elmer examines the concept of love, not as it's portrayed on the big screen, but the kind that's real, requiring commitment and sacrifice.

Highly recommended.

The Book

June 17, 2007
Inspirational fiction
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The Reviewer

Nancy Arant Williams
Reviewed 2007
NOTE: Reviewer Nancy Williams is the author of 20 books, including inspirational romances Coming Home to Mercy Street, In the Company of Angels, and In The Shadow of the Cherubim. Her latest releases are And the Heavens Wept and In a Glass Darkly
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