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Customer Reviews for Tyndale House Winter Turns to Spring - eBook

Tyndale House Winter Turns to Spring - eBook

Opposite work schedules, differing views on finances and when to start a family, and Brad's selfish and immature habits are forcing the young couple apart, causing them to question why they ever got married in the first place. It will take a whole lot of help--mostly from their nosy but well-meaning neighbors--for Ashley and Brad to pull their marriage out of the winter blues and into a hopeful spring. As usual, the residents of Deepwater Cove will pop in and out of the story to delight readers. They'll encounter Cody and see his continued independence and growing friendship with Jennifer; Patsy and Pete's escalating romance; and Charlie, a recent widower who is taking on the challenges and excitement of his golden years with zeal.
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Customer Reviews for Winter Turns to Spring - eBook
Review 1 for Winter Turns to Spring - eBook
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3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Great characters.

Date:May 29, 2012
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Location:Columbus, GA
Age:Over 65
Gender:female
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This is the 4th book in a 4-book series! Be sure to read them in orer.
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Review 2 for Winter Turns to Spring - eBook
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Date:December 26, 2008
I enjoyed reading the whole series and have leant them out to other friends to read. Since there are only four seasons another way would have to come about for these stories to continue.
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Review 3 for Winter Turns to Spring - eBook
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Date:July 19, 2008
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Christine L. Alley-Howard
Winter/Spring was disappointing. Adultery, the worst a marriage can endure strikes and as expected in Christian writing is glossed over. I was surprised at the casual tone Chapman and Palmer elected to take in what had been a solid series. Divorce and its aftermath would have been a refreshing approach - after all over 50% of Christian couples are there. Honesty would have been appropriate, refreshing, and needed. God's grace is oft times more powerful in out right failures.
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