The House on Bristol Street
Respiratory therapist Cate McCarthy, twenty-eight, had weathered the death of her husband, David, in a car crash in North Carolina; but she could not bear living in the home by the sea they shared, so she sold or gave away all she owned and moved halfway across the country to a city she had seen only in an article in a magazine. She knew no one and expected nothing. She was broken. Who could have foreseen that in a Wisconsin college town, she would find a best friend, Hannah Miles, that was more like a sister, a huge white house at 222 Bristol Street, and a surprisingly new purpose caring for lost children in need. Was it fate or providence? Even she could not know how strong she really was and how important that strength would become to guide her through the darkness of child neglect and abuse.