When Marty Winslow’s daughter dies of a devastating genetic disease, she discovers the truth–her child had been switched at birth. Her actual biological daughter was recently orphaned and is being raised by grandparents in a retirement community. Marty is awarded custody, but Andie refuses to fit into the family, adding one more challenge for this grieving single mom that pushes her toward the edge, and into the arms of a loving God.

For Andie, being forced to live with strangers is just one more reason not to trust God. Her soul is as tattered as the rundown Blue Moon movie drive-in the family owns. But Tuesday night is Family Night at the Blue Moon, and as her hopes grow dim, healing comes from an unexpected source–the hurting family and nurturing birth mom she fights so hard to resist.

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About The Author

Debbie Fuller Thomas is a freelance author and publisher, a former pastor's wife, and a survivor of breast cancer. She has been involved in children's and worship ministries at churches around California for 30 years. She currently manages youth programs for her local parks and recreation district. She and her husband, Don, have two grown sons and enjoy their "empty nest" in a historic gold rush town in northern California.

Books by Debbie Fuller Thomas

Raising Rain

When Rain's terminally ill mother demands a Celebration of Life before she dies, they confront ghosts from the past on a "stormy" weekend in Monterey.