Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Just 18 Summers by Michelle Cox - A Review

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.


After the tragic death of Butch Browning’s wife, Jenny, four families begin to realize how precious—and fleeting—their time together is. Each is at a different stage in life: Butch is facing single parenthood. The O’Reillys are expecting their first child. The Andersons are approaching an empty nest, and the Buckleys are so focused on providing their children with everything that they’ve forgotten what they truly need. With just eighteen summers before their children are grown, how do they make the most of that time when life so often gets in the way?
As summer flies by, each of these parents must learn about guilt and grace . . . and when to hold on to their kids and when to let go.
This book is available on AmazonBarnes and NobleDeeper Shopping, Tyndale and other online retailers or your local bookstore. 

About the Author:

Michelle Cox is a speaker, songwriter, conference and webinar instructor, and the author of seven books.  She has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including Hannity, The Harvest Show and Focus on the Family. Most importantly, she's a wife, mom to three sons, and grandmother of five perfect grandchildren. Visit her websites at www.michellecoxinspirations.com and www.just18summers.com.

I received this book from TBCN in exchange for an unbiased opinion. Due to a busy schedule, my friend Starr, who frequently assists me with my reviews, read and reviewed this book. 

This is what she had to say:
Just 18 Summers  is a very thought provoking novel.   It has a very good story that  connects 4 families together  in their struggle to raise kids, have careers, and keeping their priorities straight.   This happens all amidst tragedy and joy.   I love the way  it is told from the viewpoint of  the 7 different parents.   I ended up seeing  “myself” in all of these characters.  There is a part of them  we could all probably identify with in some way.   A very  good and interesting read that will make you laugh, cry, and cringe about life.

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