All Sarah and Evan Davis have wanted was a child, but after two dangerous miscarriages, they face a childless future. Sarah gets pregnant, and Evan fears the pregnancy will kill her. Instead she gives birth to Kade, an autistic child. They struggle with never having a normal life until Kade drowns, leaving Evan and Sarah to face a normal life once again, but that life is broken and scarred.
Maria Rachel Hooley is the author of over thirty novels, including When Angels Cry. Her first chapbook of poetry was published by Rose Rock Press in 1999. She is an English teacher who lives in Oklahoma with her three children and husband.read more