Recently I received a copy of the following book in exchange for my honest review. This post will have book purchase advertisement. The FTC requires you be given fair warning! Now relax and enjoy the review.
If a book can evoke all kinds of different emotions, this book is it! Sometimes, I just wanted to sit and cry with Robin. Sometimes I wanted to laugh. There were also times when I got angry! Oh My! I love it when I read a book that makes me feel like I am there; Living it, in a sense. You feel like one of the town's people. Like you know Robin and her family. Like you've been to her café. You get all these mixed emotions about her struggles, her losses, her passions. I totally understood Robin, her fears, hopes, her dreams. The sadness at once again feeling like she was losing control of her life. Wondering how God can take something so awful that is happening and turn it into good. The struggle to let go, when you want so much to hold on. Trying to decide whether to press on or give in. It is a page turning book, and the deeper you get, the more you will not want to put it down. This book can be read alone, or if you choose you could read the first book Wildflowers from Winter also. I read the first book last year. You can read my review HERE.
Robin is struggling with letting go. Life is full of changes, sometimes even the good changes can be difficult at first. Is there a change you've experienced that you struggled with at the beginning but it turned out to be for the best? I would love to hear from you. Just drop me a comment below.
* I received this book from Waterbrooks blogging program in exchange for my review. I was not required to give a positive review.* Would you take the time to rank my review. Thanks!!