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Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 8.37 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
A fresh start is a gift. So is having a hand to hold.
Jade and Max share a deep love, though revelations from his past have recently shaken their marriage. And Jade is completely smitten with Maxs little son, Asa, whom she is now raising as her own. Their blended family brings her a joy shes never known. But there is one more secret to be uncovered. One that will impact them all.
Max is doing his best to man-up and prove himself worthy of Jades devotion. As well as that of his young son. It seems like life in Whisper Hollow, Tennessee, will pick up where it left off until Max is faced with an unusual opportunityleave his familys law firm to coach high-school football in Texas.
Realizing a fresh start will bring healing to their marriage, Jade takes the leap of faith and moves with him and baby Asa, bidding good-bye to her beloved Blue Umbrella shop.
The new beginning in quaint Colby, Texas, is soon sullied when Max discovers the high-school program isnt all it seemed. While Max struggles to rebuild a once glorious football team, Jade wrestles with news that could break Maxs heart . . . and change their lives forever.
[T]ouching and emotive . . . sizzles with passion . . . a beautiful story of hope tackling betrayal and love manning up to win the game. USAToday.com
RITA-finalist Rachel Hauck lives in Florida with her husband, Tony. She is the author of Dining with Joy; Sweet Caroline; Love Starts with Elle; and The Sweet By and By, co-authored with Sara Evans. Visit RachelHauck.com and SouthernBelleView.com.
MichelleAustraliaAge: 35-44Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Love LiftedOctober 14, 2012MichelleAustraliaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3When I saw this book on the Booksneeze site, a few things intrigued me_ Sara and I have the same last name J and the Sara is a singer/song writer - I had high expectations.
Love Lifted Me was well written and the story flowed well. The themes of forgiveness and letting the past go were strong and mostly well developed through the book.
I wasn't expecting the American Football storyline to be quite as involved as it was. Unfortunately, I don't understand the game and found myself skimming pages at a time when â€˜plays' or â€˜positions' were detailed in technical terms.
Another thread which many readers will love is one of vintage clothing. I'm not into vintage and again, I felt lost in detailed prose.
Despite my getting lost a few times, I did find the ending satisfying. Overall, this was an enjoyable book.
I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneezeÂ®.com <http://BookSneezeÂ®.com> book review bloggers program.