At first, I wasn't sure if I would really enjoy this book. It opens with tensions between Kathleen and her daughter Joelle. As Kathleen begins to tell her daughter about her childhood, they then begin to discover the truth about Kathleen's mother's and grandmother's lives. It is as if each generation has different thread that weave together to make a tapestry by the end of the book. It was a little hard to get into at first, but by the end I really enjoyed the story.
I did enjoy reading this book, however, It was not one of those you can't put down type of books. I would still recommend this book
This is an excellent Christian fiction. Very well written. It is an adult read, or for older teens. Nothing too graphic but the harsh realities of life. The effects of sin passed from one generation to the next are portrayed and yet the healing of The Lord is clear too.
This is an amazing book! Lynn Austin never lets me down as my favorite author, but this is my favorite.
This is one of my favorite Lynn Austin books. It holds your attention from Chapter one and on. This author is excellent when it comes to capturing characters in a true-to-life way. Highly recommend this book.