Paige Woodward is a woman without choices. Her destitute mother's only hope for a cure isn't covered by insurance. When a dream opportunity arises at a brand--new pharmacy, Paige is willing to keep quiet about her past to make sure she lands the job. For Clarissa Richardson, the dream of running her own pharmacy comes to a screeching halt when her grandfather hires a too-perfect new girl who seems to be hiding somethig. How far will they go to protect their dreams for tomorrow? What will happen when one woman's last hope means ruining another woman's greatest dream?
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Paige loses her job as a pharmacist in Atlanta and decides to take a new job closer to her parent's home. Her mother is suffering from cancer and needs to travel to Texas for treatment. Paige decides to stay at her folk's place while they are away and send as much money as possible to help pay for her mother's treatments.
Clarissa doesn't want help from another pharmacist and is quite upset when her grandfather hires Paige. From day one, things are tense between the two ladies. All Paige wants it to earn money to help her mother and all Clarissa wants is for Paige to leave.
Can the two of them work together or will conflicts continue? Will jealousy create even more trouble?
The author does an excellent job with creating strong characters. Some you will love while others you may want to smack. This story is very well written and has some terrific lessons that we can use in our everyday lives.
I love how Cushman reminds us how important faith is and learning the scriptures to be able to apply them to our lives.
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Review 2 for Waiting for Daybreak - eBook
A great book to encourage reflection
Date:September 23, 2011
I purchased this book from a sale table, not expecting to get much out of reading it. However, the book kept my interest and encouraged me to think about how we sometimes think badly of someone, even before we have any real interaction with them. Great scripture references, mystery, friendships and the always pleasant bit of romance. I think this was a very good read.