Thursday, July 5, 2018

Review: As the Tide Comes In by:C. Woodsmall/E. Woodsmall

 As the Tide Comes In
**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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About the Book:
A New York Times best-selling author releases her first southern novel, a Steel Magnolias-meets-Sweet Home Alabama story set on St. Simons Island.

After losing two loved ones in a devastating tornado and suffering a head injury, Tara Abbott flees to St. Simons Island, where her disorientation causes the lines between imagination and reality, past and present to blur.

There she encounters island residents Julep Burnside, Luella Ward, Sue Beth Manning, and Dell Calhoun--The Glynn Girls--who have been friends since Bible camp, forty years earlier. When Julep's son Gavin identifies a troubled soul in need of help, can the Glynn Girls guide Tara back to herself?

My Review:
 They say that sometimes if you just remain silent and obedient you can hear God speak to you and lead you in a direction you never quite expected.That direction will have unexpected twists and turns that in the beginning can be devastating but ends up being the greatest experience one has ever had the chance of living through.

 Tara Abbott knows this all too well when her life is turned upside down. But after all is said and done she is going down this winding path and she meets some pretty remarkable people along the way that really add to her life instead of taking away from it.

 What an amazing story about what God could mean when He says that His ways are higher then our ways in Isaiah. The things that God has planned for us far outweigh anything and everything we could ever want for ourselves and Tara's story is a great example of that. A must read, for sure!

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