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Posted January 19, 2015
Yellow, a Hint of More to Come
Laurean Brooks has written a delightful Christian romance novella. Not only does it relate what can happen when we allow ourselves to listen to God, but also how people can start over with the right person. A devoted school teacher, Miranda has worked hard to put the hurt of the past behind her. Using her grandmother’s secret recipe, she makes a tasty cup of hot cocoa on a snowy, cold day. Read the story to obtain the secret ingredient.
Brady carries the pain and anger of his wife’s death with him. Is it possible Miranda and a bunch of flowers can help Brady make peace with his past? Will he and Miranda be able to explore their attraction to each other and make a new life together?
What does the color yellow have to do with the story? Well, it is more than just yellow under some snow and ice. Read this warm story of new beginnings to find the answer. I was given a copy of this story in order to review it. It is an amazing read! Only thing wrong is that I would love to have been able to gone thru their future with them some more. I did not want the story to end! Good reading!
Posted January 19, 2015
IT'S TIME TO MOVE ON, MY CHILD
I loved the story that has heartache, the pain of love loss and new beginnings. Miranda Stevens has been dealing with a broken heart after her fiancé skipped town two days before their wedding, she isn't sure she can trust another man again. Brady Watson is a broken man after the drunk driver hit and killed his wife Celia. Now two years later God can heal broken hearts and bring about new beginnings. I loved the characters and dialogue which was heartwarming. Both Miranda and Brady are Christians and when they each turn it over and trust God, they find forgiveness to those who caused their pain and healing in their new relationship. All good things come to those who wait upon the Lord. Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts, opinions and ratings are my own.
Posted June 3, 2014
Brady lost his wife to a drunk driving accident 3 years ago. He still struggles to get past his loss. Miranda's fiance jilted her 2 days before the wedding a year or so again. She felt rejected and alone. Brady comes to remove broken brnaches from her yard after a terrible ice and snow storm. He meets Miranda and they both feel things that they once thought they would never again feel. But can they let go of their pasts to begin again with each other?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.