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While honeymooning, Jonathan and Maggie are called to Skingle Creek to the sickbed of a loved one. Even as they attempt to help those whom they love, Jonathan and Maggie must maintain and nurture their own love for each other. The honeymoon they spend together is like nothing they could have hoped for, yet it serves to define their marriage and future in ways they could have never have expected. B.J. Hoff, softcover, 244 pages.
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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
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Series: Mountain Song Legacy
Bestselling author B.J. Hoff will delight readers as her unforgettable
characters from A Distant Music and The Wind Harp reunite for a dramatic
conclusion to The Mountain Song Legacy trilogy.
When a shadow falls over the MacAuley
family, newlyweds Jonathan and Maggie Stuart find their faith and newly
discovered happiness tested in unforeseen ways. An abrupt summons to return
from their honeymoon wrenches them from the joy of their early days of marriage
and thrusts them into the midst of a family in anguish.
Responsible for helping their loved ones heal, while
maintaining and nurturing their own relationship and their love for each other,
the young couple faces a challenge that will ultimately define their marriage and decide their future.
About This Series: Based on her
popular novella, The Penny Whistle, bestselling
novelist B.J. Hoff has expanded the story of young Maggie MacAuley
and her family into a heartwarming trilogy: A
Distant Music, The Wind Harp, and The Song Weaver.
The Song Weaver is the latest and concluding novel in BJ Hoffs Mountain Song Legacy trilogy. Within its pages is the tale of Gods love in the midst of trials and peace in times of chaos. Readers will easily find themes to relate to and characters to enjoy.
The book begins with the happy Stuart couple, spending a long anticipated honeymoon. However, this pretty picture doesnt last long, as one fateful telegram brings news that will change their lives forever. The MacAuley home, Maggies family, is struck with sudden grief when a family member dies in child labor. Now, what is to happen to the newborn baby? And what about the lingering shadow the babys abusive father who will surely return for his child?
Although this plot is not a new concept, Hoff easily pulls it off. The ideas are believable and the characters lovable. Hoff also reveals her skill with words, allowing them to flow in an easy-to-read manner. This gives readers the chance to focus on the heart of the story, which in most ways will not disappoint.
However, readers might be a little confused when the plot line wanders a bit too far off course. The main source of conflict doesnt truly arrive in the story until close to the end, and once it does is not developed very in-depth. The problem is dealt with only until its termination and then the consequences are ignored.
Other than that, Maggie and Jonathans creative tale of turmoil, trust, and Gods truth, will leave readers wishing that this wasnt the end. The novel will capture the interest of both the young and old, the regular Hoff fans and the newly developing ones. This will be a book to add to the collection.
Reviewed by Amy Nickerson.