Connor Evans has a near perfect marriage. His wife Michelle and his two daughters are the loves of his life. As an experienced pilot, he has a choice eastern route that gives him plenty of time with his family in beautiful sunny Florida.
Shocked when an airplane crashes off the coast of Hawaii killing everyone on board, the close-knit flying community soon moves on. Shortly after the crash, however, a phone call forces Connor to remember a chance encounter eight years ago. An unexpected layover during a violent storm that caused him to break a sacred vow.
Now a woman has died and, according to her will, Connor has a son.
In Oceans Apart, Karen Kingsbury writes one of the most powerful and taut stories I have ever read. From page one, the drama and emotion intertwine in this heart-wrenching tale of love and redemption. Her characters are believable, the scenes spell binding, and life lessons lovingly and gently portrayed throughout.
How Connor handles the crisis that turns his family upside down may resonate with those who have had unexpected tragic disruptions in their carefully crafted lives. Oceans Apart gives us a highly unforgettable reading experience.
He failed his family only once, long ago, but they never knew about it. Now pilot Connor Evans's life and marriage are going great, until Connor finds himself face-to-face with his past in the form of a seven-year-old boy