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Customer Reviews for Thomas Nelson Sandpebbles, Women of Faith Series #3

Thomas Nelson Sandpebbles, Women of Faith Series #3

Recently widowed March Longfellow struggles with the issues never resolved between herself and her husband before his fatal boating accident. While March continues to commandeer the lives of her son, Mason, her pastor father, and the staff members of the small-town newspaper she owns, she also grapples with the deep grief of circumstances she could never control. To complicate matters, a know-it-all pastor, Colin Arnett, enters Candle Cove impromptu to take over areas of her life she is unwilling to surrender. As the Arnett family's lives become intertwined with her own, March finds her life completely turned around and thrust into a new direction--one she cannot control. March learns that as she lets go of the things of the past, God rekindles her own faith and joy and a renewed hope for love.
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Date:October 31, 2009
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Sandi Whitlow
If you have ever struggled with control issues you will identify with this story. March came across as a believable woman. The writing didnot rely on "pat Christiany" answers, but presented faith as a living, breathing reality. I hated for the book to end.
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