One woman overcomes personal tragedy to aid those in needExplore the true resilience of the heart—and one woman’s determination to find hope in a world fraught with adversityThirtysomething Nicky Fowler has it all—a rewarding career, a loving husband and the perfect home. But when she and her husband suffer a complicated tragedy, the strain of two people dealing with an impossible situation in different ways breaks up their marriage.Emotionally lost, Nicky travels to Kenya to volunteer at an orphanage. Amidst the violence and abject poverty, Nicky discovers the one thing that keeps Kenyans moving forward: hope. Over steaming mugs of chai, the country’s signature drink, Nicky opens up to her host mother, Mama Bu, and finds understanding, love and strength. And with that strength, Nicky realizes what she needs to do to save the endangered children she’s grown to love. Based on a true story, Chai Tea Sunday is a glorious portrayal of the power of the human spirit.
Reviews"A refreshing and enjoyable read." —Waterloo Record (April 20, 2012)
Author BiographyHeather A. Clark works in the marketing department at one of Canada’s largest media outlets. She lives in Oakville, Ontario.