Karla : Women of Valley View

  • by Sharon Srock
  • Narrated by Laura Jennings
  • Series: Women of Valley View
  • 7 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Karla Black had everything she ever wanted until the night tragedy tore her world apart, stealing her husband and her identity in one vicious twist. Twelve months later, Karla is a shadow of the woman she used to be, struggling through her grief, living with bankrupt emotions, and resisting any suggestion that God might give her a second chance at love.
Ian McAlister was a helpless bystander as breast cancer took his beloved wife from him one breath at a time. As days of grief turn into months, Ian begins to dwell on the vow she elicited from him before her death. Promise me that you won't grieve for too long. But how will he know when it's time?
Two broken hearts, two futures destroyed by death, until a chance meeting in an unexpected place kindles a friendship between Karla and Ian that rockets into a romance neither one anticipated. Can they overcome their grief and the objection of family members to grab onto the surprising future that God has for them?

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Fun series to hear!

This was my first books by Sharon and I have already bought another series by her since I enjoyed this series from first to last.
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- Barbara

Enjoyable book!

Faith, love, patience, loss, recovery and forgiveness are some of the themes that you will see in this wonderful book by Sharon Srock. It is book 6 in the Valley View series. It can easily be considered a stand-alone book as well. It is the final book of this series.

I really enjoyed it. Being close to Karla in age, I can understand her feelings of loss after a long, happy marriage and then trying to make it on her own. It is interesting to see the reactions of friends and family as Karla tries to emerge from the darkness of her loss and return to living a happy and fulfilling life.

Relationships with family can be strained as is apparent in this book and made it feel real to me. I think the characters were well portrayed and it was easy to see their feelings as they dealt with the problems they faced.

I enjoyed the expression and characterization of the narrator, Laura Jennings, and felt that she did a great job to bring across the feelings of the people she portrayed. I definitely want to read and "listen" to more books by this author.

I received an Audible version of this book from the author for my honest review, which I have given.
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- Sunnie Reviews

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-02-2016
  • Publisher: A Blonde and a Prayer Books