Tuesday, February 1, 2011
A Place of Abundance by Julie Bell
'Look!' a voice in the train car rang out. Richard looked out the window to see five horses riding alongside the train. Oh God, Richard inwardly cried. What are we going to do? Richard heard the sound of guns fired and slid his eyes shut. His last thought was of home. Three years later, eighteen-year-old Alicia Barnes is still dealing with the death of her father. When she suddenly loses her mother in an unfortunate accident, Alicia is devastated and promises to never trust God again. She decides to start a new life in a new town as a schoolteacher. There she meets Caleb Carter, a young ranch owner whose parents were killed three years ago. As Alicia begins to make friends with Caleb and his younger sister, Claire, she wonders how a loving God could allow terrible things to happen to good people. Then, an unwelcome band of outlaws appear in town, and Alicia is faced with two choices..holding on to a bitter heart or accepting the peace of forgiveness. Will Alicia learn to trust God and allow him to bring her to A Place of Abundance?
What a great read, I had a very hard time putting down. It will warm your heart and have you wishing for miracles. You can see the Lord's hand in everything that happens. Love the Scriptures that went along with the dialogue. This book has it all, train robbery, kidnapping, repentance! Love it!
These opinions are my own, I won a copy of this book.
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Glad you liked the book, Maureen! Thanks for the review:)ReplyDelete