Divorced people--Fiction; Mormons--Fiction; Christian fiction, American; Domestic fiction, American; Love stories, American
Christina Hardy's life is turned upside down when, without warning, her husband of fifteen years leaves her. Thrown into the world of single parenting, she finds it difficult to move forward with her life while she still longs for everything to be as it once was. Her anger toward her ex-husband is coupled with the confusion of loving this man who now loves someone else.
While driving on a lonely road in a blizzard, Christy feels compelled to pick up a stranger who is stranded. This simple, selfless act forms the foundation of a friendship between Christy and Cameron Chandler, and she quickly becomes part of his life. Years beyond his own divorce and the death of his son, he guides Christy through the process of grieving for all she has lost, and accepting that she cannot return to a relationship that is in the past.
As Christy begins to heal, her feelings for Cameron move beyond friendship, and her deepest fear becomes the possibility that he could never see her as anything but a friend.
From the #1 best-selling LDS romance author, Anita Stansfield, comes Someone to Hold, a story of loss, grief, and the healing that can happen when true love is rediscovered. [publisher's blurb]