Jayson Wolfe Series by Anita Stansfield

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  • The Sound of Rain (Jayson Wolfe #1)
    #1

    The Sound of Rain (Jayson Wolfe #1)

    Anita Stansfield

    · 14 ratings · published 2009

    Friendships and relationships formed and forged through the fiery furnace of experience have left Jayson Wolfe wiser, sadder, and anxious to embrace new hopes and dreams. In the life he is reconstruction, his music is as essential as oxygen and failure is unimaginable... more

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  • A Distant Thunder (Jayson Wolfe #2)
    #2

    A Distant Thunder (Jayson Wolfe #2)

    Anita Stansfield

    · 12 ratings · published 2009

    Jayson sighed. "I miss the naivete of youth. I miss making music in the basement and eating your father's cooking . . . playing my music and being with the people I loved." Elizabeth couldn't hide the fact that she was a little choked up when she said, "I echo that . . . And I miss the rain." Following long moments of quiet, Jayson said, "Rain is . . . just rain . . . and no matter where I go, it's always raining in my heart... more

  • Winds of Hope (Jayson Wolfe #3)
    #3

    Winds of Hope (Jayson Wolfe #3)

    Anita Stansfield

    · 12 ratings · published 2009

    When it came time for Will and Elizabeth to leave, Jayson felt like a lost child, alone and terrified. Elizabeth whispered near his ear, "I will be praying for you constantly. God will get you through this, Jayson. Nobody else can. He will give you the peace and the strength you need." Jayson nodded but couldn't speak. He turned and walked away, feeling as if he were about to literally descend into the depths of hell... more

  • Shelter from the Storm (Jayson Wolfe #4)
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    Shelter from the Storm (Jayson Wolfe #4)

    Anita Stansfield

    · 10 ratings · published 2009

    Jason rushed out of the bishop’s office, then moved even faster to get out of the building before he burst into tears. . . . The moments in his life when he’d felt this way paraded before him. Derek’s death. Elizabeth telling him she didn’t love him and couldn’t marry him. Macy running away. His mother dying. . . . He reminded himself that Elizabeth had married him—twenty years later, and Macy had come home. He’d found peace over the deaths of his loved ones . . more

  • The Silence of Snow (Jayson Wolfe #5)
    #5

    The Silence of Snow (Jayson Wolfe #5)

    Anita Stansfield

    · 10 ratings · published 2009

    As Elizabeth whispered, I Love You, into Jason's ear, a rush of memories overcame him in an instant: He thought of how she'd been at his side through every step that had led to this moment. He thought of her care and concern through his pain and illness. He thought of her faith and strength, her wisdom and insight. In that moment he felt as if they'd come full circle. . . more

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