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Thursday, August 2, 2012

"A story of heartache, spiritual awakening, growth, and forgiveness"

Love's Tangled Web, a Novel by Keren Franklin
Review By Katie at  
                           "A story of heartache, spiritual awakening, growth, and forgiveness"


Quick Overview:

A picture-perfect marriage.
A little harmless flirting.
Two sisters, with lifelong resentments.
The ultimate betrayal. Bridgette’s life, on the sun-drenched west coast of Australia, appears perfect – married to a successful lawyer, Joel, with two beautiful daughters and a leadership position in church. She even has herself fooled into thinking she’s got it all together. But a perfect storm is brewing that will sweep away Bridgette’s superficial world forever. Joel harbors frustrations his self-centered wife won’t acknowledge, and Bridgette’s sister is nursing an old grudge. When dangerous passions erupt, Bridgette is blind-sided and humiliated. As destruction falls on everyone she loves, Bridgette must finally get real with herself… and with God.
In the aftermath, a younger man offers his heart, but can Bridgette build a new life and a stronger love amid the rubble? Or can she ever forgive the unforgivable?
My Thoughts:
I love stories that could be real. They just touch your heart more.
Stories that could really happen just draw you in and become a part of you. You learn from them, you grow in them, and then you apply what you read to your own life. Love’s Tangled Web is a story of heartache, spiritual awakening, growth, and forgiveness that could happen to anyone. All things anyone can use in their lives.
On top of all that, I couldn’t put it down, I had to know how it ended! I cried with Bridgette, grew angry with her and cheered when she allowed forgiveness to help her heal.
It is definitely a book I recommend to anyone looking for a good clean read. Just have some tissues handy!
Deep River Books: Whether you are looking for inspiration, Christian living, tips on parenting or a good fiction book-it is all right here.
I received this book free from Deep River Books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine and mine alone and are in no way influenced by receipt of this book.

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