Jan 272014
 

Hott Synopsis:

Bitter and disillusioned Rodney Graeme returns home from war to spend some much needed time with his family.

War is a funny thing. It caused Rodney to have a wonderful fully trusting relationship with the Father. It also caused Rodney to become bitter about the one he thought he loved. The one who decided to find a husband worth more money while Rodney was serving our country.

Now he’s back and she wants to pick up where they left off. But is it only memories she’s hoping to unearth or is it something more devious?

Hott Review:

Oddly enough this is the first time I’ve read this book. I’ve owned it for more than ten years but never actually read it. In some ways I’m glad that I waited.

This book has a very strong message and is extremely pointed. I love Mrs. Hill’s writing style and felt like I was part of the story so I sometimes took things more to heart. It amazing to me (and proves that Mrs. Hill was a Godly writer) that each thing that was in that book felt like it could be happening as I was reading.

I believe that this is a good book for someone who is at a precipice in their faith or anyone who would like to be closer to The Lord.

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Author: Grace Livingston Hill
Source: Barbour Books via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: ~ this is a book for those that are mature but not necessarily in age ~
Steam: None
Setting: east coast near DC

 

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