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"All the sighs! A beautiful ending to a very meaningful series." (Life Fully Booked)

She's known as a hopeless flirt, but Sarah doesn't care. Sneaking out to parties on the Cliff Walk with her friends during winter nights becomes dangerous, and when a terrible accident happens, her carefree outlook is forever lost.

Determined to blame herself, she focuses on applying her time and effort at the homeless shelter operated by her brother and his wife, but will she ever be able to move forward and accept forgiveness from those she has inadvertently harmed?

Sam is devastated when an evening of fun and drink ends in tragedy. He hardly knows Sarah, but is well aware of her charm and spirit, neither of which gives him leave to forgive her for the life-changing event he is certain she has caused. Can his faith, shaken by his loss, be restored by granting and accepting forgiveness, however difficult and painful that might be?

The third and final book of the Cliff Walk Courtships series features Arthur and Catherine's younger sister Sarah as she forges her own way to forgiveness and love.

©2018 Cecily K. Wolfe (P)2020 Cecily K. Wolfe

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Good Conclusion to the Series!

Treasure of Hope was a very good conclusion to the Cliff Walk Courtships series. I have enjoyed listening to all three of these books. If you have read the other two books in the series, then you will be thrilled to get the chance to experience Sarah’s story. However, even if you haven’t read the other two books, I believe that you can still enjoy this third book in the series.

Sarah grew so much during this novel and it was all kicked off by a horrific and tragic accident that affected her deeply. It was very interesting to see how Sarah internalized the event and how it affected her both mentally and physically.

Sam, the hero in the story, dealt with his family’s loss in the only way he knew how. He worked harder and tried to take care of his mother, who did not handle the news well. The author did a great job of showing how tragedy affects people in different ways, yet this was still an uplifting novel that points the reader to God, the true giver of hope.

The narrator did a good job of bringing Treasure of Hope to life. Her reading voice was pleasant and I was able to lose myself in the story.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

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Now and Forever

What an ending to the series!
Great narration and great author bring a wonderful writing with emotional richness!
Highly recommend.
I received a complimentary copy of the audiobook; I was not required to write a favorable review. All opinions in this review are my own.

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Christian Historical Romance

The final book of this series leaves a jumping off point for the Cousins series. Since I listened to the first book in that series first, I had a lot of questions answered in this story!
Such incredible books about a wealthy family's three children who find love both in and out of their circle of influence. The connecting link is a shelter called First Steps that the son starts in book one! There is a strong emphasis on faith and prayer through the whole series, but the grief in this book gives it a much deeper focus and need.
The narration was very good!