Alcoholics -- Rehabilitation -- Fiction ; Seattle (Wash.) -- Fiction ; American fiction -- 21st century
Hatcher Stephens III has everything a man could want money, looks, style, a prestigious career, a beautiful wife, and two wonderful children. But accustomed to privilege and ease from birth, Hatcher has failed to learn some important lessons.
He doesn t know how to hold on when his perfect life starts slipping through his fingers. He falls hard into alcoholism, which lands him in a Seattle gutter addicted, disinherited, and unemployed. There is no way back, at least not on his own.
Hatcher s journey promises no shortcuts and no guarantees. Stripped of money, position, prestige, and even his name, Hatch Stephens learns how to hold on to the good and live with the scars. Fate sends men into his path who know how to live, women who know how to love, and adversaries who know how to test his mettle. Hatch can only move forward, searching for the place where the sun rises. Filled with love, honesty, and hope, Where the Sun Rises will show you how to hold on even when it seems everything is falling apart. (Publisher website)