Restored

Restored

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by Tanya Eavenson
     
 
Dr. Steven Moore is known nationally for saving lives. If only he could save his own. Unable to deal with his cancer prognosis, he retreats to a happier time in his past--to the woman who once stole his heart.

Four years after the death of her beloved husband, bookstore owner Elizabeth Roberts still struggles to sustain her faith and joy in the Lord as she

Overview

Dr. Steven Moore is known nationally for saving lives. If only he could save his own. Unable to deal with his cancer prognosis, he retreats to a happier time in his past--to the woman who once stole his heart.

Four years after the death of her beloved husband, bookstore owner Elizabeth Roberts still struggles to sustain her faith and joy in the Lord as she raises her two sons. She strives to find a way through her family's grief, never suspecting a man from her past might offer hope for her future.

But how can there be a future when he's only come to kiss her and says good-bye?
Dr. Steven Moore is known nationally for saving lives. If only he could save his own. Unable to deal with his cancer prognosis, he retreats to a happier time in his past--to the woman who once stole his heart.

Four years after the death of her beloved husband, bookstore owner Elizabeth Roberts still struggles to sustain her faith and joy in the Lord as she raises her two sons. She strives to find a way through her family's grief, never suspecting a man from her past might offer hope for her future.

But how can there be a future when he's only come to kiss her and says good-bye?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940157857554
Publisher:
Clean Reads
Publication date:
02/11/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
992,249
File size:
474 KB

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Restored 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Marge Wiebe 3 months ago
Restored by Tanya Eavenson is a beautiful, touching romance of hope and second chances. When Elizabeth Roberts encounters a man from her past, she’s torn between her feelings for him and the memory of her dead husband. Struggling to raise her two young sons, she’s determined to carry on alone… until she comes face to face with the inevitable. Dr. Steven Moore has spent his life helping others, but a devastating diagnosis renders his future uncertain. Keeping his secret from the one woman he’s never stopped loving is more difficult than he imagined, and more than their hearts are at risk. Will faith triumph over grief and loss—and will they get a second chance at love? This story is the best I’ve read in a long time. Author Tanya Eavenson captivated me with her endearing characters and their heart-wrenching journey. I found myself laughing out loud one moment, wiping away tears the next. Definitely a must read!
cpattersonbks 5 months ago
A heartwarming story with relevant struggles that we face today. Tanya does a great job of developing each character and leaves you wanting more. It has a satisfying ending and it's not only entertaining, but inspiring. I look forward to reading more of Tanya's work.
junefoster1JF 10 months ago
In Restored, Tanya Eavenson brings back several of the characters we found in Unconditional. Tanya's writing strength lies in characterization. She takes us deep into the thoughts and emotions of Dr. Steven Moore, who's suffering with a deadly disease, cancer, and Elizabeth Roberts, a woman from his past who's endured the loss of a daughter and a husband. Throughout the novel, we walk alongside the characters pulling for them, even when the future seems bleak. If you want to read a deeply romantic love story, this is the book. The novel kept me turning pages until The End.
GingerS219 More than 1 year ago
Wow! Talk about a tear-jerker. Tanya's story-telling capabilities made me feel at one with both Steven and Elizabeth. The struggle, the sorrow, and the joy all come forth on the page. I highly recommend reading Unconditional before this one, but the story is a stand-alone, so if you don't you won't feel as though you've missed something.