When Eden was ten years old she found her father, David, bleeding out on the bathroom floor. The suicide attempt led to her parents’ divorce, and David all but vanished from Eden’s life. Since childhood, she has heard from him only rarely, just enough to know he’s been living on the streets and struggling with mental illness. But lately, there has been no word at all.
Now in her thirties, Eden decides to go look for her father, so she can forgive him at last and finally move forward. When her search uncovers other painful truths—not only the secrets her mother has kept from her but also the agonizing question of whether David, after all these years, even wants to be found—Eden is forced to decide just how far she’ll go in the name of love.
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About the Author
Amy Hatvany graduated with
a degree in sociology only to discover most sociologists are unemployed. She
took a variety of jobs, some of which she loved, like decorating wedding cakes,
and others which she merely tolerated, like being a receptionist. In 1998 she
decided to sell her car, quit her job, and take a chance on her passion of
writing books. Her background in sociology inspires and informs much of her writing as
she tackles timely and controversial issues in her novels including
mental illness, domestic abuse, and alcoholism. She lives in Seattle with her husband and children.
About the Narrators
Corey Brill, audiobook narrator, is a stage, film, and television actor who has performed on Broadway, at The Kennedy Center, and in regional theaters across the country. He has appeared on television in The Walking Dead, Chicago PD, Scorpion, and You’re the Worst. A graduate of Otterbein College and University of California at San Diego, he also writes songs and keeps bees on a rooftop in downtown Los Angeles.
Candace Thaxton is an actress and audiobook narrator. She has starred in several films and television shows, including Ghost Town and Law & Order.