I am reviewing this book for Glass Road Public Relations
When a fire destroys a homeless shelter, Jenna Morgan looses her husband and Lucas Vermontez looses his father. Jenna struggles emotionally and financially as she tries to assemble the broken pieces of her heart and life. Her marriage to Zach was not based on love and her mother-in-law’s meddling just causes additional stress to her life. Jenna is trying to handle her grief on her own, apart from God.
Lucas, a Christian, was Jenna’s husband’s best friend. When Luc helps her move and invites her out for a bite to eat, he shares the peace he has found in the Lord. With her roots in poverty, Jenna collapses the mirage she has lived with Zach’s family, and finds her authentic self . Luc shows her that even though she may not have had love growing up in a fatherless home, God’s love through Jesus will give her a love forever after. Can these two find new reasons to live and love ?
My ReviewLike the first book in this series, “Forever After” delves into the topics of forgiveness and faith. I alaways like it when the story points the readers to Christ.
I thought the story was predictiable and at spots very slow. Overall I would recomend it as a light , relazing read.
About the Author:
's first novel, A Vow to Cherish
, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title and launched her writing career after 20 happy years as a stay-at-home mom. Her books have won numerous awards including the RITA, National Readers Choice Award, HOLT Medallion, the Carol Award, and have twice been Christy Award finalists. Deb also serves on the Advisory Board of the 2500-member American Christian Fiction Writers. Her 20th novel released this month from Howard/Simon & Schuster. She and her husband, Ken Raney, enjoy tending wildflowers and native grasses in the Kansas prairie garden in their large back yard. They also love traveling together to conferences, and to visit four children and three little grandsons who all live much too far away.
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