Contemporary Romance: Stroll down a dusty back country road and into the drama of life's unexpected trials when Sondra is widowed with a child on the way, Grace becomes guardian to two orphans, and Chris reaches the breaking point in trying to raise his teenage sister. Rest in the peaceful shade that faith and love can bring to modern lives in turmoil.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Barbour Books
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I liked this book. I enjoyed the first book the best. It was the most interesting of all the books. The second was kinda boring. Maybe I'm a little jaded because I loved the first one so much but to me it was boring in a lot of areas. The third book was pretty good. I enjoyed the last 5 chapters and extra chapter at the end more than the story itself. All in all I'd say that it's a book worth reading.
I enjoyed this book and the Christian aspect of the book. It's nice to read a romance book that isn't filled with sex and lust! I did find that there were parts that were predicable (like others have mentioned), especially after finishing the first segment of the book. I love that all the characters are connected in some way or another!
As a child, Cathy Marie Hake had an imaginary playmate. Now "grown up," she indulges in a host of imaginary friends as she writes. She teasingly says she decided if those voices in her head were talking, she might as well write down what they said and make a living by doing it. She met her sweetheart in the High School department at church and married him after finishing nursing school. They live...moreMore about Cathy Marie Hake...