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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2011

    Breathtaking!!! Move over nicholas sparks

    A beautiful story that will leave you breathless,smiling and even shed tears of joy !! Marianne Evans is the christian fiction author who will be making movies in the near future. I cannot wait to read more from her

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 11, 2011

    I encourage you to grab a copy of this sweet and intriguing romance to read and enjoy for yourself. You will not be disappointed at all.

    Amy Maxwell seemed to live the perfect life. She was popular in high school and by all appearances seemed to have the perfect marriage. However, the marriage was anything but perfect; it was abusive and she managed to escape with just the clothes she and her daughter Pyper were wearing.

    Shy teen Tyler Brock, is now a popular Christian music artist in Woodland for a benefit concert. It was strange seeing Tyler so brave instead of shy. Amy and Tyler had once been close together in high school, but after Amy married someone else, Tyler took off to Nashville to see if he could make it as a singer. Imagine the surprise when they both found out they were back in Woodland together! Tyler believes this is a second chance for them to find love and be together again, but Amy is so full of doubts after her failed marriage that she doesn¿t know what to do. Then there is Pyper, who is not so sure about Tyler because of living with an abusive father.

    This is the fourth book and an exciting conclusion to the wonderful 'Woodland Series' by Marianne Evans. We are reacquainted with our friends Tyler and Amy whom we met in "Hearts Surrender" in a slightly different way. Amy has been through a horrible divorce and Tyler has turned from an insecure shy boy to a famous Christian singer. Ms. Evans creates real life characters that have real life problems, making the story seem, well, just real! I love the way the story unfolds and the characters come to life as we follow Tyler and Amy¿s lives. With a wonderful storyteller telling this story, my eyes were glued to the book till the very last page. I just couldn¿t wait to find out what was going to happen.

    I encourage you to grab a copy of this sweet and intriguing romance to read and enjoy for yourself. You will not be disappointed at all.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 1, 2012

    I read this book out of sequence in the series, but that little

    I read this book out of sequence in the series, but that little error in no way lessened my enjoyment of the story.

    Having watched Tyler Brock and Amy Maxwell tiptoe around their feelings for each other in Heart’s Surrender, I was pleased to revisit this couple in the heartwarming finale to the Woodland Series.

    Amy’s abusive marital situation bursts into existence from the first page. Her courage in the last moments of that mistaken union puts the reader firmly on her side, and longing for something better for her and her adorable little girl, Pyper. When Tyler, now a rapidly rising Christian music artist, re-enters Amy’s life, the sparks from five years earlier burst into flame.

    This author has an incredible insight into human emotion, and what makes people tick. She makes it easy to feel Amy’s hesitation about entering Tyler’s Nashville-colored world, and her simultaneous longing to be with him, wherever he is. Little Pyper’s heart-breaking fear of men, fostered by her father’s shameful abuse, is poignantly painted and beautifully handled. Tyler’s constant and undying love for Amy, his gentleness with Pyper, his consecration to Christ…he’s a beautiful picture of Christian dedication and true love in its purest form.

    Once again, I am utterly “wowed” by a Marianne Evans novel. Evans knows how to write, and how to keep readers reading. Absolutely, unequivocally, unconditionally, without question…recommended!

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  • Posted April 10, 2012

    This story is wonderful! Oh my goodness, I can't tell you how ma

    This story is wonderful! Oh my goodness, I can't tell you how many times it made me smile, or laugh...or cry.

    Ms. Evans touched on many sensitive subjects in this one story, and handled them with tender loving care. The way she develops Amy's personality and shows the depth of her love, as well as Tyler's is indescribable. Amy is such a spiritual work-in-progress, and after all she's been through it's like watching a flower blossom - then start to wilt - then come to full bloom. It's beautiful. And the patience Tyler shows, after waiting a lifetime for this love to come to fruition, can only come from God.

    Wonderful story! Don't miss it!

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  • Posted March 27, 2012

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    Book 4 in the Woodland series is a fitting and beautiful end to

    Book 4 in the Woodland series is a fitting and beautiful end to the series. So glad I discovered Marianne Evans!

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