When Randy lost his wife, he fell apart, his faith tested. She was his soul mate. But he had to start life alone with his two little girls. Things change drastically when Joy moves in to help with the house and the girls. Suddenly he feels alive again. Can he love again? Is she the Christian woman he’d prayed for? His faith is tested and rewarded in this sweet story of loss, new love and test of faith.
©2014 Stephanie Payne Hurt (P)2014 Stephanie Payne Hurt
This audiobook is very uplifting after listening to this book. Hope for me is the first one that comes to mind. This audiobook is very well narrated
Touching Tear Jerker
Randy is my favorite character. He was there with Rachel thru her death. He kept wonderful with his children. He kept on giving his possible decisions to God and following his faith and heart. He saw Joy as being sent by God and Rachel.
When Randy was nursing Joy to health when she had the flu.
Faith past death.
The emotion of the reader was perfect. I cried and laughed. Absolutely perfect.
The story is very uplifting for me and I hope to the other listeners/ readers. The audiobook is not that long, so I can listen to it while driving to work in the morning.
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
This is a relatively short book compared to most that I've listened to. It is about four hours long and the author puts quite a bit into those four hours. However, as I am usually one to complain about authors who drag their books out. I cannot complain about the length of this book, however I think it would be even better if it had been another hour - just to elaborate on all of the information enclosed.
The book opens with a husband by his wife's side as she is in the final stages of cancer and death.
Now he has two young girls to raise on his own. The rural, church community brings Kyle, a fellow Christian, food, prayer and offer help in any way that they can. It is very nice and accurate, in my experience.
It just so happens that his best friend and his wife have a grown niece who is quite a bit younger he is around. She offers to come and help care for his children as he picks up the pieces and tries to adjust to the new "normal".
No more from me, as this is a really nice book, deserving to be listened to. While some parts of the book are predictable, there are surprises as well.
Jay Prichard always delivers. He is engaging and this book could have been a difficult challenge. Prichard easily portrayed characters from six and eight-year-old little girls to a plethora of several adults character male & female.
Much of the time narrators have one strong suit and it is limited to one style character. That is not the case with Jay Prichard. As noted, he does children without a 'sing-song' style. The women do NOT sound like a man on helium. His performance of ALL characters are believable and I was listening to a great performance of a really nice book.
Note: There is nothing to warn you about. This was a very clean, nice Christian romance.
Credit worthy/$: My rules for using a credit or that it must be seven hours or longer. However, if you are looking for a nice, Christian romance from birth to death and the incredible power of faith I would recommend it.Credit worthy/$: My rules for using a credit or that it must be seven hours or longer. *I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my thoughts and this review.*
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