REVIEW ´ Promises of Tomorrow (Walnut Creek #45)

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REVIEW ´ Promises of Tomorrow (Walnut Creek #4.5) Å From the New York Times bestselling author of The Patient One and the “skilled storyteller who reminds the reader through her characters that faith can help us survive the ups and downs in life” RT Book Reviews comes a warm hearted and charming enovellaTwo years after her oldeG and time with one of the friend’s siblings who just happens to be waiting for his own Christmas miracle With Shelley Shepard Gray’s signature “thought provoking emotional” Patricia Davids USA TODAY bestselling author prose Promises of Tomorrow is an evocative and moving story of love friendship and fait. Shelley Gray is an absolute delight to read and I adore her Amish stories but I think that this one is a little on the darker side than most of hers Actually the whole series has been I especially love how she portrays her characters in how they take care of each other and remain friends even in hard times and also in keeping their Faith no matter how difficult it is Faith is the most important thing there is For without God we are nothing or at least that's how I feel I think of the Eight Marie feels it the hardest I really admired her a lot There were even times that I found myself hoping and praying for Marie just because she's my favorite Gray shows us that even though that we carefully plan our events they don't always go the way we want them to Sometimes it turns out better than we originally thought it would God always has a much better plan for us Believe me I know how that is Life isn't always what we think it should be I really admired these friends who have stuck together through thick and thin I highly recommend this book because Gray is an excellent story teller and this is one you definitely won't forget My thanks to Netgalley for a complimentary copy of this book I was NOT reuired to write a positive review for this book All opinions are my own

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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Patient One and the “skilled storyteller who reminds the reader through her characters that faith can help us survive the ups and downs in life” RT Book Reviews comes a warm hearted and charming enovellaTwo years after her older brother Andy’s death Ella and. This is what is called an e short ebook It's a novella and the final book of Shelley Shepard Grays Walnut Creek Series It's also a Christmas book I enjoyed reading one book about the eight who all were friends from elementary school Mennonite Amish and English make up this group of friends There's really than eight friends because they always welcome new friends to their fold Now the years have passed and they are adults Some of them have paired up and married while others have married outside their group of friends but always they remain a groupThe Eight decide to rent a Cabin in the wilderness for a get away weekend They want to reminisce about memories and a member of the Eight who died suddenly two years ago The cabin isn't what they thought it would be A real dive to be truthful The guys go outside to bring in wood for the fireplace and while outside they find a lost woman There's a bad snow storm and the temperature has dropped drastically What are they to do about the woman What kind of person is she and where did she come from Could they trust her if they were to bring her inside out of the cold She is confused and freezing They can't leave her outside in the frozen elements Readers who have read the other five books in the series will enjoy this novella This series is considered Amish FictionI purchased a Kindle copy of Promises of Tomorrow A review was not reuested All opinions expressed here are my own

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Promises of Tomorrow Walnut Creek #4 5Her parents are still struggling When a couple of Andy’s childhood friends realize that Ella spent the previous Christmas alone they decide to make this year’s holiday better They start stopping by Ella’s home bringing with them stories about Andy and their love for him Meanwhile Ella finds herself spendin. This novella is part of a series and I suggest you do not read this unless you've read the other books first Because I had not read any of the others I was totally clueless yet it did have something about it that made me keep reading and thinking that I may go and buy the first couple of booksThis series seems to deal with a past member of this group that has committed suicide so if that may be a trigger to you bewareARC supplied by the publisher