For I Know the Plans

For I Know the Plans

by Dawn Ridley

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BN ID: 2940151530279
Publisher: Lazy Day Publications
Publication date: 05/12/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 861 KB

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For I Know the Plans 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
I KNEW I LOVED YOU WITHIN SEVEN SECONDS OF MEETING YOU This story will have you on an emotional roller coaster with its various twist and turns, ups and down and loopity-loops. It is a page turner with charming characters, witty dialogue and heartwarming moments, but also has some heart-breaking, oh-no, tear-jerker moments too.  Dr. Blake Stephens is handsome, charming, plays a guitar and sings beautifully, can be outgoing with his friends but at times also seems shy. Ava is alone in the world, has had a hard life, never knew her father, lost her mother in a car accident when she was only five and raised by her grandmother who has since passed away.  Her plans are to get through college, get a good job and then worry about a relationship. But life sometimes gets in the way of good intentions and plans go awry. I love how God's word and message is shared, seeing lives change, and His workings.  It isn't a preachy story, but does share scripture and messages of God's love, grace, mercy and forgiveness. It also reminds us that even Christians suffer heartache and pain. This is a new author I look forward to reading more books by.  Although this story does not really leave with a cliffhanger, it does leave us with hope of another story with Tristan and Zoey.
SLGIL More than 1 year ago
4 stars This was a nice Christian read.  There is a lot of scripture quoted, but it was appropriate.   The characters were down to earth and you could almost read yourself into some of the things that happened in their lives.   Blake was a wonderful man.  Ava was naïve and immature in her Christian walk and in her relationships.     The things she did were childish and I am amazed that Blake put up with it.   The story had ups and downs and a bit of drama.  It was a nice quick read that was enjoyable.