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When Tomorrow Comes
by Jennie Hansen (Goodreads Author)
Jacey Mathews fingered the heavy scar across her throat, hidden by the high collar of her dress, and wondered if she had let illness become an excuse for not remaining active in the faith that had once filled her with happiness. Could she regain that faith? Uncle Charlie had thought so, but since his death she wasn't sure she could do it alone. Dreams had kept her alive, b ...more
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Covenant Communications
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This is probably my favorite book out of all of Jennie Hansen's. It is set in the Manti/Ephraim area, where I lived until I moved last year. I enjoyed being able to see the area where the book was taking place while I read it. It is a believable story and I loved the characters.
I started reading this about 10 pm last night and ended about 1 am. This morning I remember...hmm...that I liked the story, although initially I thought it was set in some earlier time period because of how smothered and pampered the main character was (although there were no computers or cell phones in the story so still an older setting than "today"). It was nice that the main character showed some self-awareness and took steps to grow up. However, despite the reasons for her EXTREMELY doormat ...more
This is one of my favorite Jennie Hansen books. She brings a unique tale to life and has the reader feeling the emotions caused by so many trialas and frustrations of life. This is a tale of a young woman filled with a feeling of hopelessness and doubt until a fresh start is made available through the death of her beloved uncle that allows her to begin again in a new place.
I really enjoyed this clean romance about a young woman who had cancer and how she had let her parents, sister, and fiance run her life and make her decisions for her. Of course, she eventually learned to stand on her own feet and that she really didn't love her bossy fiance, but did love the turkey farmer next door. I would recommend the book.