Friday, May 24, 2013

The Heart Stone by Sherry Kyle Blog Tour Review and GIVEAWAY!!

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, and don't forget to enter the giveaway at the end!
The Heart StoneWhen the biological father of Jessica MacAllister’s son decides to break their custody agreement, Jessica and her son visit her Uncle George for advice and refuge…
Following a year of grief, Evelyn Sweeney is finally ready to move on. Pondering her new path in life, her mind drifts to her first love, George MacAllister…
When the lives of these two women cross, they discover that one heart-shaped ring binds their stories together. But will the results be a rekindled faith and new hope, or will it lead them both back into the darkness they’ve fought for so long?
This book is available on Amazon  and Barnes and Noble

My Thoughts:
It's All Good!! I enjoyed The Heart Stone so thoroughly it was difficult to put it down to do my housework! The story is simple and easy to follow, yet mysterious, suspenseful, with a touch of romance added in. George MacAllister a former missionary lost his first love and now has lost his leg. He is having difficult time dealing with it. His niece Jessica, has been a single mom for six years. Her son's biological father is finally making attempts to see the boy...but are his motives pure? Why is he all of a sudden interested?  Jessica is trying to find housing for her uncle as she is dealing with her own sudden problems. Just about when it seems as though God has answered her prayer, a new twist takes place. This is a story about love and faith. It's about God, and how He works out even the worse things in our lives for good.  It is an easy read, relaxing and enjoyable, yet immensely captivating.  I will certainly be looking for more books by this author.

About the Author:
Sherry Kyle
Sherry Kyle is a graduate of Biola University with a degree in Communications, and a minor in Bible. Sherry is also a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature. She currently has three books in print, her award-winning book for tween girls titled The Christian Girl's Guide to Style all about beauty, fashion, and character, Delivered with Love, her debut contemporary novel, as well as The Heart Stone by Abingdon Press. Sherry and her husband have four children, three biological and one by adoption. She lives along the coast in central California.

You can find her on the web at: www.sherrykyle.com.
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If you are interested in reading opinions of other reviewers, you can visit the
Pump Up Your Book BLOG TOUR.
I would love for you to enter the giveaway below. You can use your email or enter via Facebook!
 *A big thanks to Pump Up Your Book and the Author who have sent me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. No other compensation has been given.*

9 comments:

  1. Tough question. Sometimes its hard to let someone reenter a life and begin a relationship again after time has passed. I think each situation is unique and calls for special grace and healing.

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  2. Sounds like quite a read, I love it when you find a book that you cannot put down. Will have to check it out thanks x

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  3. I run the library for my church so I'm always looking for new authors. I'll have to keep an eye out for this one. Thanks for the review and the chance to win a copy.

    Librarybooks at religious dot com

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  4. I think it's always important to let the parents be involved, as long as its a healthy involvement. I am a stepfather who's stepdaughter's real dad wasn't in her life much as a young child but has tried to get back some time now that's she's older. That relationship isn't what we share and will always share, but it is still an important relationship to her.

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  5. I would love to read this, especially since I'm 1/2 adopted!!! vrush729@aol.com

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  6. I commented but it didn't show up....so again I would love to win this book as I'm half adopted and always love to read about this and try a new author for me!!! vrush729@aol.com

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  7. Q: If you were Jessica, would you let the child's father re-enter his life 6 years later, after giving up his rights? Why or why not?

    A: That's a hard question to answer without knowing more about the people involved. Gut reaction would be no, but then we can't see the big picture and know how God is working. So walking closely with God through prayer and following His leading would be best.

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  8. It depends. I think if he had a really, really good reason for not trying all that time, maybe, but it would be under strict supervision and counseling. -martha(at)lclink(dot)com

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