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A wilderness journey to prove the heart.
Retreating from the world and all its troubles, violinist T. Sebastian Morrow moves from Houston to rural Texas. Instead of peace and safety, he encounters tribulation in every aspect of life—domestic, financial, professional, and spiritual. His unlikely guide through the wilderness is young Leo de Graaf, a gifted and clairvoyant musician whose insights lend Sebastian clarity and strength. When tragedy strikes Leo and his beautiful mother Silvie, it is Sebastian’s fateful decision that will determine the outcome.
"I marvel at Bergin's characters, her plots, and her vigorous style. And, of course, the emphasis on music and spirituality speaks strongly to me, as it will, I expect, to many others."
~William Gilbert, Associate Professor of English, University of Houston-Downtown