December 2-13, 2013
Genre: Christian Fiction, Novella
Publisher: Thy Word Publishing (November 10, 2013)
Hosted by: WLN Book Tours: http://wnlbooktours.com/
Four Friends, One Secret and The Weekend That Changed Their Destiny
Candace Walker, Kaylan Smith, Jordan Tate, and Tiffany Thomas have their share of sorrows, but neither of them realizes how deep the sorrow goes. What happens when they agree to meet for a weekend of relaxation in beautiful Napa County? Which one will leave the same or worse?
For Candace Walker, life has left her battered and bruised. Kaylan Smith has struggled with prejudice from her in-laws. After fifteen years of marriage, bitterness is trying to raise its ugly head for Jordan Tate, whose husband wants to call it quits. And for Tiffany Thomas, dealing with rejection has never been one of her greatest feats.
Although they have been friends for years, they thought they knew each other well. But will a secret destroy their relationship and bring the sisterhood to a complete halt? Will they be able to forgive and allow God to mend that which might be torn?
About The Author
Paulette Harper is an award-winning and best-selling author. She is the owner of Write Now Literary Virtual Book Tours and is passionate about helping authors succeed in publishing and marketing their books. Paulette has been writing and publishing books since 2008. Paulette is the author of That Was Then, This is Now, Completely Whole and The Sanctuary. Her articles have appeared on-line and in print.
4.5 Star Review
I received the book from the author for an honest review.
Living separate lives is a book with a definite message. A message that many Christians are not willing to face or live, due to its importance. The author did a great work highlighting this fact through the lives of the four friends and the trail they faced. When God requires obedience, he does not ask if your friends will be all right with it, if they will be offended when doing the right thing. He asks that you will do as He instructs.
We all have received grace in the same measure, not one is excluded from this grace. It does not matter the sin.
Jesus lived this while on earth, not only in preaching it but also in demonstrating it through His actions. To become the grace of God, that we all needs.
The message of the book.
Four friends were coming together to reconnect after a long time of separation. Each had different experiences in life, each trying to work it out the best they can with what they have. Yes, they made mistakes. Mistakes are part of growing up, of God’s way to mold us in His image, not to create puppets that all look alike. Each of us has something to bring to His table, and if we allow it, we can learn from each other.
world was rocked, Kaylan and Tiffany did what most would do; they turned their
fury towards Candace without listening to her story, listening with the ear of
Christ. It cost them to learn valuable lessons from God, lessons that can propel
them in their walk with Him.
The author gave just enough for you as a reader to search for more answers, to learn the truths and live according to that which are revealed.