A Reason to Forgive

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About the Book:

 

Cindy Carlton’s heart knows the pain of loneliness far too well.  She’s been married for over two decades to a man who has grown cold and distant over the years. She struggles to see anything ever improving. Her hope reignites one day when her husband agrees to attend a marriage retreat at Diamond Lake. Could this be an answer to her prayers?

David Carlton married the love of his life twenty-six years ago. He thought he knew her, but then she did the unthinkable and unforgivable, shattering his trust forever. David never stopped loving Cindy, but he did stop showing it and nurturing their marriage. Keeping her at a distance, he learned to rely on the walls he built around his heart so she couldn’t hurt him anymore. Then one day, his wife invited him to a marriage retreat. He feels inclined to go. Little does David know . . . his life would change forever.

From the best-selling Christian romance author, T.K. Chapin, comes a Christian romance novel that focuses on the difficulties that can and do exist in many marriages today. This inspirational romance gives readers a glimpse of God’s ability to influence our lives when we allow Him access. A second-chance romance story that will lift your spirits and tug at your heartstrings.

 

My Review:

This was one of those books that I really got into the characters. So real. I started telling what to do. A book that you will want to read in one sitting.

This is about an married couple that are empty nesters trying to work on their marriage while drawing closer to the Lord. She has her painting and he has his business. There is also her sister that Cindy wants to help but lives in another state. I definitely recommend reading David and Cindy’s story.

I received an complementary copy of the book from the author. I was not required to write an positive review. This is my own opinion.

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The Dark Horse

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In THE DARK HORSE, widowed Chloe Brewton has made a life for herself in Christmas Town, Maine, teaching literature and being the drama coach at the high school. Although she’d loved her husband and their life in the army, she doesn’t really want to start over with someone else, but when she meets Major Row Welcome, in Christmas Town to spend the holiday month with relatives and decide about his future, she feels stirrings of old wishes for happily-ever-after. The attraction is mutual, although the last thing Row wants is to try marriage again, plus he’s about as interested in having a family as…well, he isn’t. But then there’s Connor Michaud and his three younger siblings. Oh, no. What now in Christmas Town? 

 

 

My Review:

I loved the story of Row and Chloe, so cute that Row last name is Welcome. Row comes to Christmas Town for a visit , he meets Chloe who is working with the kids doing a play. They are working on a musical. They are some kids there that is in foster care. What will happen to the children? Read and see.

This is part of a series called the 12 days of Heartwarming Christmas, they are all completely different stories set in Christmas Town. They are several others that sound very good like this one was. I really enjoyed the story. The author made the characters so real, unique names, the story really touched me. Brings out the struggles that kids face in foster care.

I was honored to receive an complementary copy of from the author. I was not required to write an positive review. This is my own opinion.

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