Tuesday, November 12, 2013

A Kingsbury Collection

This book isn't for the "light reader," it's size is quite intimidating. I didn't finish this in one sitting, I stretched out this three book collection over about a month. True Kingsbury and Christian romance fans won't mind though, it's got great monetary and emotional value (more bang for your buck!).

The first story, "Where Yesterday Lives," is about a female Pulitzer prize winning journalist who has haunting memories of her childhood. She goes home to make peace with her past and hopefully in the process can reconcile her rocky marriage and forgotten faith.

The second story, "When Joy Came to Stay," is about one wife's deep despair and fall into depression. Her husband and child do the best they can to hold everything together and help her out of her hole. A truly inspirational story.

The final story, "On Every Side," is about a small hundred year old statue of Jesus that stands in a park. A battle rages about the separation of church and state and citizens call for it's removal. Faith is a young newscaster who follows her heart and souls she must "battle" Jordan, a lawyer who is set on removing the statue. Can love develop in such a hostile situation?

All three books are classic Kingsbury. Feel good romances that lift you up.

I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing for this unbiased review.

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