A Shattered Life Restored

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About the Book:

Sitting at the Saint-Roch Train Station with tears in her eyes, Meg contemplated where her life had gone wrong. She was at a point in her life where she felt abandoned by God after the last remaining person who truly loved her, died.
Now with a baby on the way, she had begun to lose hope that the future, she knew the Lord had promised her was never meant for her.
​With a gentle tap on her shoulder, her gaze turned to meet that of Derek’s, the kind stranger whose smile brought warmness into her heart. “Was he sent to fulfil God’s promise in my life?” she thought.
​With assured faith, she followed him as he led her away, trusting that God had not forsaken her. Now she felt content to allow God to have his way in her life and totally surrender all to him.


My Review:

Meg loses her husband very suddenly when just married a year and just found out she was going to have a baby. Her husband was her only family except for a real good friend that was close as a father would be. Oliver was a widower, very caring, he helped Meg through a very hard time.

She meets Derek that is nephew of Oliver but they did not know that when they first met. Meg and Derek are both Christians but Meg is closer to God. The both have a lot to overcome. Derek also lost his wife. Meeting Meg really helped him. I really loved Meg.

The book covers several years time, got to see their son David grow up. I kept hoping there would be more children. The book is very inspiring, Meg definitely has a forgiving heart. The characters were written where I could imagine them, they became like family to me. I wanted to talk to them at times.

I received an complementary copy of the book from the author.  I was not required to write an positive review.




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