Disappointed, dumped, divorced. Everything Casey Slaughter counted on is gone. While contemporaries start their families, Casey works two jobs to haul herself out of debt. Friends and family recommend a new husband to solve all her problems, but Casey resists all well-intentioned advice. Although she longs for a soul mate, the last thing her flattened self-esteem needs is more rejection-and comparisons to her beautiful, talented older sister do nothing to enhance Casey's confidence. Unable to have children, she feels she has nothing to offer in marriage. Will bitterness and insecurity destroy her, or can renewed faith in God provide some measure of comfort for this wounded heart? Can Casey ever find love again, or will a string of disasters keep her forever on the run?
|Publisher:||Prism Book Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)|
About the Author
Carlene Havel has lived in six US States and two foreign countries, and has traveled extensively throughout the world. She is very active in her church and has a degree in English from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Carlene and her husband Glenn are both proud to be native Texans.
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Here Today Gone Tomorrow based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I loved so many things about this book, but the thing I loved the most was the characters. The author filled her pages with people that I would like to have as friends. They had realistic personalities and struggles. I could clearly picture myself living next door to any of them. This story was gentle and beautiful, and woven throughout its pages was time-tested words of wisdom and evidence of God’s great love. The author’s conclusion that love is the only thing that lasts and that everything else is here today and gone tomorrow really made me think about my own life choices. And when the hurricane hit toward the end of the book, I was kept on the edge of my seat. I really liked this story, and it’s one that I’ll enjoy reading over and over. I recommend this book without hesitation. I thought it was wonderful!