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Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Revell Blog Tour and Book Review: The Promise of Morning
The story starts on a sad note at the grave of the child of Ellie and Matthew. And the tragedies haven’t ended there, but to avoid spoilers I won’t say what they are.
Now while some might think this is a sad and depressing book, I did not find it so. The story line is much the same as Kim Vogel Sawyer’s Waiting for Summer’s Return. A young woman and her husband struggling to understand their place in God’s plan.
A prairie romance between a young married couple is a nice change from the normal romance of boy meets girl and marry by the end. The added complications of a traveling theatre group and a pastor losing his church added depth and interest to the story.
What I enjoyed the most about the story was the discovery of family. Never taking anyone or anything for granted. Standing up for what is right and letting God have complete control of your life.
I think fans of Janette Oke and Kim Vogel Sawyer will find enjoyment within THE PROMISE OF MORNING’s pages.
Available March 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
Thanks to Donna at Revell for my copy of this book to review.
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