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  • Kathy Gerlach
  • 16-04-19

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I always enjoy Karin's books. I listen on Audible while I work. Like all her books this one was sad, happy and encouraging. Woukd recommend it!

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  • J&K Hunholz
  • 09-04-21

Too Syrupy. Not real life

Too much emphasis on emotion. And not much action....not realistic of people’s real emotions

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  • AmazonLuvr
  • 21-07-19

nice story. a bit predictable

I felt the story was good. It was a bit predictable, but had a nice feeling to it. I always enjoy Karen Kingsbury books.

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  • Gr8ful Lady
  • 04-06-19

Great book!

Although this is the 5th in a series, I read it as a stand alone with no problem. I'm sure I would have experienced more depth with the characters had I read the others first, but they were well developed here and enjoyed the read. I love the way Karen Kingsbury weaves the lives of several people into a book so seamlessly. They face hardships, celebrations and life's events with honor and dignity, albeit moments of errors in judgment and mistakes, but with grace always.

I truly appreciate this clean read and the way characters throughout face short and long term situations of heartbreak, resolve and healing. Kirby Heyborne and January LaVoy did an excellent job narrating and it truly added to the book. Thank you.

I recommend this book to any one.

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  • Sarah
  • 14-04-19

Awesome Storyline!

Karen Kingsbury is such a great writer. I was crying, feeling the pain and so caught up like it was my family’s lives. When Cole was leaving for college it was just like I was there and I had watched him grow up.
Karen, keep writing and keep bringing us stories of love, tragedy, triumph and laughter!!!

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  • Lovestocook
  • 08-03-22

sweet,sad,hopeful engaging story

I've read a few of her books and I've always been a fan, there are parts of this that are a little too cliche And unrealistic. But overall the story is pretty good. We've all read a story of a girl who wants to give the baby up for adoption but then changes her mind and it's hard on the adoptive parents and it's hard on the new mom- but this is a little bit different take on that I do like the Christian point of view throughout the story it helps give weight to some of the decisions. The death of one of the characters was hard to read as I toggled between reading and listening. Which I wouldn't suggest doing if you're sitting in the parking lot of ALDIS like I was, crying. And the Lord help you if you have have teenagers or or kids near that age because you certainly you certainly will empathize with Ashley and Landon as they watch they're senior graduating graduating, recalling his young life through the years and how much they're gonna miss them. Have some tissues.Overall I would suggest this book though. Some good lessons in it and good overall storytelling. The narrators I've heard before in other books and they do a fairly good job of separating the characters in giving voice to them

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-11-21

A great story about faith and family

I loved this book. It brings together family love. It shows how faith in God is the only way when facing decisions we can’t make. It also showed me as a mother how we must say silent when we want to say what we feel at the time even if we know it can cause conflict. I is a great story.

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  • Francis
  • 20-04-21

GREAT BOOK

I loved the way Karen Kingbury brings in each character 1 chapter At a time.

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  • Tiffykc07
  • 25-01-21

Bitter sweet story

I loved this book! It’s definitely a story people live out in everyday lives. It has such a bitter sweet ending to it but I believe this book would help women in their decisions in life when it comes to a hard situation like the one in the story. Well written book and very well narrated!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-12-20

Good book, but not her best

After the Redemption and firstborn series, I guess I just expected more of a story about Ashley's son. It would be a good stand alone book, but not if your all ready in love with the Baxter's (like me!) Also, I disliked adding a family only to have their daughter killed. Also, it was a little uncalled for. But if you want more of John and Elizabeth's grandkids, I ABSOLUTELY recommend "Someone like you."