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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: A Place Called Home
She cant be dead! the young pastor cried as he looked down at the still, white face of his new bride. Blinded by bitterness, Paul Cameron leaves his church and flees to a logging camp deep in the north woods of Wisconsin. There he wrestles with his lossunable to get Corrine out of his mind and unwilling to make peace with God.
When a falling tree crushes his legs, Paul can run no further. Broken now in body as well as spirit, he must face his own heart as he encounters the love of God in the patient care of his nurse, Abigail Finlayson.
The Long Road Home touches shattered dreams with Gods faithfulness and the possibility of new love in this turnofthecentury romance.
Vonda MowreyAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great book.October 22, 2010Vonda MowreyAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book was as good as the previous ones in the series.
The characters were real and the story line was very interesting.
James Ogg5 Stars Out Of 5September 23, 2008James OggI would totally recommend this book to anyone that loves to read or loves Lori Wick books. She is a great author.
Marie Mosley5 Stars Out Of 5November 1, 2007Marie MosleyI thoroughly enjoyed this book. What I most enjoyed was the way God's faithfulness is shown in circumstances that just don't make sense to us, and that He indeed does work all things for our good. I wholeheartedly recommend it.
jessica5 Stars Out Of 5November 26, 2006jessicaThe Long Road Home is a great story about how, even after tragedy, love can still blossom with Christ. A great story of God's unending forgiveness, and the wonderful plans He has for us. I liked how the main female character didn't have a model figure, because not everyone does. Often times it seems that only the perfect-looking girls can find love, but nothing is farther from the truth. Love doesn't see the person, but the heart inside of the person. Wick does a great job at showing this. Great book! I recommend it, but not without reading the first two books in the series.