It’s hard to believe we are steamrolling toward spring already! With spring comes showers and flowers, which is the perfect seque to my upcoming new release, THE BEAUTY OF RAIN.
I feel so blessed to have received such glowing praise from authors I hold in high esteem. Similarly, I could not be more thrilled by early-reader response to this story. As the author’s note (which I’ve shared on the Goodreads book page) describes, this story was inspired by my very personal journey, which makes it all the more important to me that readers leave committed to treating each day as the gift that it is and being intentional about the way they spend their time.
For those who want to add it to their Goodreads Want to Read shelf, here is the link to the Goodreads page. If you want to preorder the book, here is the link to do so! The cover is so gorgeous, I recommend getting a print copy for your bookshelf!
Here is the summary:
Two devoted sisters at a tragic breaking point discover the beautiful and painful truths of being alive in a powerful novel by Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author Jamie Beck.
Winning the lottery changed Amy Walsh’s life, but the cost was greater than she could bear. In the aftermath, she struggles to find joy and purpose. Only one thing feels certain now—she will never spend one cent of the prize money on herself.
Worried, her older sister, Kristin DeMarco, invites Amy to live with her family while she heals. Unfortunately, this arrangement leads to trouble for Kristin: Divided focus affects her career. Her daughter prefers Amy to her. And Amy’s unsolicited opinions provoke tension between Kristin and her husband.
Meanwhile, Amy is making drastic plans of her own, which include giving away all her money. But first she must convince Kristin not to squander her most valuable asset—time with her family.
As the sisters help each other reimagine their futures, life’s unpredictability sends them to surprising places that test their love and resilience. Will they learn to live in the now, before it’s too late?