A Time to Surrender (#03 in Safe Harbor Series)
After a season of loss and restoration, Claire and Max Beaumont find themselves in a season of letting go. ^Claire and Max Beaumont nearly lost it all, but their marriage and their homestead have now been restored. As they grow...
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After a season of loss and restoration, Claire and Max Beaumont find themselves in a season of letting go. ^Claire and Max Beaumont nearly lost it all, but their marriage and their homestead have now been restored. As they grow in love, they watch as their children feel the effects of their reconciliation: ^Their son Danny falls in love and lets go of his pride. ^Daughter Jenna lets go of preconceived notions about marriage when her husband, Kevin the marine, is injured in Iraq. ^All the Beaumonts ultimately learn that letting go is the best way to receive back healed relationships.
With her Marine husband serving overseas, will Jenna trust God's plans for their marriage--or find comfort in another's arms?Jenna Beaumont Mason had her marriage all planned out. But what she didn't plan was her husband, Kevin, unexpectedly reenlisting in the U.S. Marines--without her knowledge. When Kevin is assigned to serve in Iraq, Jenna struggles with loneliness and resentment at his lengthy absence. This is not the life she wanted.With the support of other military wives and much prayer, Jenna tries to accept this new reality in her marriage. But when a caring, handsome--and very available--man offers Jenna the comfort she longs for, she struggles to stay faithful to far-away Kevin.Things grow even more complicated for Jenna and her parents when a mysterious young woman named Skylar shows up at their home, the Hacienda Hideaway. When Skylar's past finally catches up with her, she puts the Beaumonts at risk not only of broken hearts, but of something even more dangerous.As the Beaumonts grow in their love for God and each other, they learn that sometimes the best way to reconcile relationships is by surrendering control.
Gary Smalley, one of the foremost experts on family relationships, has written or co-written 28 best-selling, award winning books selling over six millions copies, as well as several popular films and videos, based on more than 30 years of experience as a teacher, counsellor and speaker. The Blessing and The Two Sides of Love have won Gold Medallions, The Language of Love won the Angel Award as the best contribution to family life and all other titles have been top-five finalists for the Gold Medallion Award. His latest book is the DNA of Relationships. Gary and his wife, Norma, have been married for over thirty years.
Sally John is a former teacher and the author of several books, including the popular The Other Way Home series and In a Heartbeat. Sally and her husband, Tim, live in the country surrounded by woods and cornfields. The Johns have two grown children, a daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters.