Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Book Review: The Quarryman's Bride

The Quarryman's BrideThe Quarryman’s Bride is the story of Emmalyne Knox, a young woman who chooses to sacrifice her personal dreams for the future in order to honor her parents. In doing so, however, she finds herself a victim of abuse and neglect. With great courage, she entrusts her circumstances to God, believing He will use her life to bless the people He has placed her among. Hers is a story of trust in, faithfulness to, and reliance on God.

In contrast, Emmalyne’s former love, Tavin MacLachlan, also a victim of her circumstances, reacts to their broken engagement by running away from everyone he knows and loves—Emmalyne, his family, his God. When trouble at home calls him back to help his family, his own spiritual and emotional healing begins.

I love this story! I love seeing how an author, like Tracie Peterson, can show, even through fiction, how God can work in the lives of people who place their trust in Him and how He also can work through life events to bring the runners home.

Note: victims of abuse may find the opening chapters of the book to be stressful. They also need to know that the outcome presented in the book is only possible when all people involved choose to listen to, trust in, and follow God. However, the story offers hope of reconciliation, something all people need.

I thank Bethany House Publishers for sending a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review.

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