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Customer Reviews for Hope Rekindled - eBook
Review 1 for Hope Rekindled - eBook
Good wholesome Christian literature
Date:July 6, 2011
The story shows a family united facing challenges and overcoming them with God's help. I enjoy the setting of the later 18th century and learning what life was like for a Texas logging/farm family and their doctor friend. There is much love for God, family and joyful incidents of friendship bound together by prayer and mutual believing.
Deborah knews she wanted to marry Christopher, but she was not sure about motherhood because she wanted to practice medicine with her husband. Now she is not sure she wants to marry him and become a mother to his five brothers and sisters God is going to have to work some miracles to make this all come together.
I did enjoy this book. It was nice to see what happened to Christopher and Deborah and there were many other events with the other characters that tied all of the books together to conclude the series. I don't want to give anything away, so I will not tell any specifics of what happened. I felt like I could relate better to these characters in book 3 than in the previous books. This book kept my interest and it was also nice to see the spiritual aspect in this book regarding trusting God and His guidance in our lives.
I have enjoyed all of the books in the Striking A Match Series. Tracie Peterson does a good job of making you feel like you know the characters personally. Keeps you looking forward to seeing what will happen next.
How nice it is to renew my acquaintance with the characters of Striking A Match Series. The Vandermark family reminds me of the Waltons. They loved each other and stick together through rough times, all the while trusting in God.
Deborah and Christopher are the central characters in this volume; they are young and in love. Therefore, there's plenty of romance. In addition, the novel is laced with action, mostly caused by the White Hand of God, a group who hate Blacks and an evil man, hungry for revenge.
Most should enjoy this one.
Thank you to Bonnie at Christian Fiction Blog Alliance and Bethany House for my copy.