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  • Posted June 16, 2012

    I really enjoyed this book. Once I got into it, I read it in one

    I really enjoyed this book. Once I got into it, I read it in one sitting. This is the first book I have read by Beth Wiseman and I hope she will be writing more contemporary stories like this one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 29, 2012

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    I Darlene thought moving to a small town would bring their famil

    I Darlene thought moving to a small town would bring their family closer together, but it just might tear them apart.
    When big-city life threatens their children's safety, Brad and Darlene Henderson move with their three teenagers from Dallas to the tiny town of Round Top, Texas.
    Married life hasn't always been bliss for Brad and Darlene, but their strong faith has carried them through the difficult times. When Darlene takes a job outside the home for the first time in their marriage, the domestic tension rises.
    While working with special needs children at her new job, Darlene meets a little boy who steals her heart. His widowed father is paying more attention to her than is probably appropriate. Problem is, she feels like someone is listening for the first time in a long time.
    The teens are struggling to adjust to their new, small-town life, especially since it seems all their parents do anymore is fight. And fifteen-year-old Grace is coping in a dangerous and destructive way.
    Can Brad and Darlene survive the changes they face within themselves and their marriage . . . and find a way to help their daughter before it's too late?
    ~ This book was fast to read and the plot was easy to follow, it was a good book but one that has been written many times by many other authors. I do like how everything tidied up in the end.~

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 26, 2012

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    Beth Wiseman's first Contemporary book

    "Need You Now" is Beth Wiseman's first book outside the Amish secter. I have read so many of her books and loved everyone of them. This one is not exception. The B and B Media Group provided me with this complimentary paperback book.

    As Darlene and her husband Brad struggle to raise three teenagers, they move from Houston to Round Top, Texas to a farm left to Darlene by her grandparents, but the house needed a lot of repair. The move did not go well with the children and expecially for their middle child Grace who is fifteen. She was trying to deal with her stress and depression, so she became a "cutter'. (A cutter is someone that hards themself with anything sharp).

    The move and the problem with their daughter begin to take a toll on their marriage and expecially when Darlene desides to take a job outside the home. They wondered if their faith was going to see them through so they begin to doubt that also. She needed to get away and make some friends and then Darlene begin to receive too much attention from a father of the sutistic young girl she was assigned too in the school for special needs children. She really needed God now, as she and her husband Brad was having issues and the man's attention was very hard to ignore.

    Will their love for each other and of God get them through?

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