The absolute best part of the book is in the first 70 pages! It helps you sort through the issues (continue infertility treatment, stop, pick a different option or consider adoption). Best of all, it helps you feel in control of your family building plans.
We dealt with infertility treatments for a few years, moving onto adoption as our means of family building. Now we're the parents of three beautiful children.
Just finished reading it myself -- loved it but disagree with some comments.
Given that it is a story of the Noah building the ark in the face of critics and in response toi God telling him to do it, how could you tell the story without mentioning Christianity?
It is a wonderful adventure story that looks at an familiar event (at least to most of us) from a different perspective -- how did Noah get all the animals on board? Did he go after them? Maybe, but not in this story -- God called to 2 of every kind from all over the earth and they journeyed to Noah and arrived just in time.
I hadn't thought about it before, but how did the animals from different climiates survive being on the ark, let alone the journey?
I'm a children's librarian and can't wait to both use this as a read-aloud and to recommend to my older students.
HOT! HOT! HOT! Just read this in hardcover from our library - Everything you want: sexy heroes, strong women, heart-stopping romantic suspense. Can't wait for the next one . . .check our author's new website for this series: www.badagency.com (for Bureau of American Defense)
If you like shadow agencies, espisonage, Alias TV, fighting terrorism, and unforgettable characters -- this series is for you!
This is the first full-length novel featuring the agents of BAD. Some have appeared in "Born to be BAD" (3 novellas), and other anthologies. Can't wait to read more!
a gripping page-turner - one of her best FBI thrillers!
"A long weekend in the Poconos is cut short when FBI agents Sherlock and Savich are helicoptered back to Washington, D.C., to lead the investigation into the brutal murder of a Supreme Court Justice.
Savich allows Callie Markham, an investigative reporter for The Washington Post, to partner with local Metro Police liaison Ben Raven since shes got the inside track shes the stepdaughter of the murdered Justice.
Is the murder a terrorist act? Or is it something more personal? Within twenty-four hours theres another murder with the same M.O.
Savich and Sherlock are up against it this time, following leads that seem impossible to connect to the madness. But are they?"
Book 3 of her Austen series (Book 1 is First Impressions, Book 2 is Reason & Romance). These are retelling of Jane Austen's book, in this case, it is "Mansfield Park" retold as "Central Park". The novel is good contemporary Christian fiction, without being preachy or overly sentimental.
As a HUGE Austen fan, I recommend this series . . .