A ruined nurse. A disfigured veteran. A tormented child. A kept woman. Strangers whose paths cross, bringing redemption into each other's lives in ways none of them could have predicted.
Her career in ruins, a desperate nurse answers an ad to care for a disabled veteran.
Disfigured in the war, the antisocial businessman can't get his mind off the nurse he had tossed out of his home.
A young child who never leaves the confines of her mountain home must make a treacherous journey alone to save her mother's life.
A woman kept by men all her life learns through an old love that she has been kept all along by someone else. Three stirring episodes. One magnificent love story.
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Really Good Christian Inspirational Book.
Absolutely. It is three stories carefully crafted and connected together. It is well-written and inspiring and the characters are very likable. It is scripturally sound without being judgmental or preachy. Very good story. I will look for this authors other works.
I liked the combination of the accurate portrayal of God's working in people's life along with the changes that they work toward. It is very well balanced and very edifying.
She does a good job bringing the characters to life. She does a good male voice and give Peter a touch of formality appropriate for his character. I really enjoyed her narrating.
Yes. Although because there are three stories, you could easily break it into three listening sessions.
This is well worth a listen. I received this book for free from the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an honest review.
3 well-woven stories.
When Claire scared Peter to prove her point to get the job.
When the blind girl meets Peter in the hospital and can't see his disfigured face only his warm spirit.
Yes, you could keep track of the characters better especially as the stories intertwined.
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