John an Abbey Reynold are back together. Tragedy strikes at the heart of their family. In its aftermath, the children falter in their faith and guilt colors their future. John and Abby must remember what is important. A story of hope healing and the abundant life.
This book is the sequel to "A Time to Dance", which I have not yet gotten to read, but it was still excellent & easy to follow on its own. Another great Karen Kingsbury story that demonstrates how God can take the trials in our lives and use them for our good and His glory. Her characters are never "too-good-to-be-true" Christians, but people who face real world problems, struggle, sometimes fall, and eventually find redemption. Her books are hard to put down!
Aside from the author recapping what happened in the last book throughout this book, I really enjoyed the stories that played out. The characters are very human and struggle with life just like anyone else, but they have God to depend on and that makes all the difference. Overall, a touching book.
This is the second book in a series and I made the mistake of reading books 1 and 2 out of order, which really lessened my overall enjoyment of the book. But I continue to like Kingsbury's faith-based fiction, and this couple does a great job of showing the struggles and victories of a marriage, especially a Christian marriage.
Kingsbury does it again! Another tear jerker - but leaves you almost breathless at the end. It was especially interesting to me since the location for this sequel to A Time to Dance took place about 20 miles from my home. Very interesting reading - so inspirational! Loved it. I highly recommend this set of books to every Christian woman.
This sequel to A Time to Dance was an excellent wrap-up of the series. The character continue to grow stronger as they turn to Heavenly Father and to each other. I love the way Karen Kingsbury gives her characters real-life challenges that stretch them and refine them.