On the quiet cul-de-sac of Cedar Circle, where neighbors are close friends, fierce winds of circumstance threaten to sweep one couple away. Their Down’s Syndrome pregnancy is shattering news for Tory and Barry Sullivan, but the option Barry proposes is abhorrent to Tory. It will take a wisdom and strength greater than their own to carry them through. That, and the encouragement only a loving, close-knit community can provide.
Over kitchen counters and across the miles, the women of Cedar Circle lend their support to Tory and to each other as all of them face their personal struggles, heartaches, and joys. Shining with bright faith and friendship that illumine the stormiest night, Showers in Season explores the junction of life’s realities, the cost of obedience, the power of relationships, and the promises of God.
©Beverly LaHaye 2001 (P)Zondervan 2009
I couldn't stop listening to this story. It captured my attention immediately. The lives of the families and women were so easy to identify with and the audio was so easy to listen to. I have returned other books because the narrator was just awful. I felt like the story teller had totally drawn me into the worlds of these families. I had to get the other books in the series!
It was so easy to listen to!
Her motherly, warm voice!
Brenda. I was just like her once. Homeschooling and married to an unbeliever. I am more like Sylvia now, though
it hard to review without giveing away the story in many ways this was better than part 1
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