The Rhythm of Fractured Grace, #3
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The Rhythm of Fractured Grace, #3  -     By: Amanda Wen

The Rhythm of Fractured Grace, #3

Kregel Publications / 2024 / Paperback

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Is Siobhan too far gone to respond to the song of a God who's calling her back to him? When a new customer brings a badly damaged violin into Siobhan Walsh's shop, it is exactly the sort of challenge she craves. The man who brought it in is not. He's too close to the painful past that left her heart and her faith in shambles. Matt Buchanan has had a rough start as the new worship pastor. A car accident on his way into town left him with a nearly totaled truck, and an heirloom violin in pieces. When he takes it to a repair shop, he's fascinated with the restoration process--and with the edgy, closed-off woman doing the work. As their friendship deepens and turns into more, they both discover secrets that force them to face past wounds. And the history of the violin reveals more about their current problems than they could have ever expected. On the nineteenth-century frontier, a gruesome tomahawk attack wiped out most of Deborah Caldwell's family. Her greatest solace after the tragedy is the music from her father's prized violin. Given her horrendous scars, she'd resigned herself to a spinster's life. But Levi Martinson's gentle love starts to chip away at her hardened heart, until devastating details about the attack are revealed, putting their love--and Deborah's shaky faith--to the ultimate test. Full of forgiveness and the message that no one is too damaged for God's healing touch, the final book in the split-time Sedgwick County Chronicles will thrill fans of Rachel Hauck, Lisa Wingate, and Kristy Cambron.

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Title: The Rhythm of Fractured Grace, #3
By: Amanda Wen
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2024
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 0825448492
ISBN-13: 9780825448492
Series: Sedgwick County Chronicles
Stock No: WW5448492

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Is Siobhan too far gone to respond to the song of a God who's calling her back to him?
When a new customer brings a badly damaged violin into Siobhan Walsh's shop, it is exactly the sort of challenge she craves. The man who brought it in is not. He's too close to the painful past that left her heart and her faith in shambles.
Matt Buchanan has had a rough start as the new worship pastor. A car accident on his way into town left him with a nearly totaled truck, and an heirloom violin in pieces. When he takes it to a repair shop, he's fascinated with the restoration process--and with the edgy, closed-off woman doing the work.
As their friendship deepens and turns into more, they both discover secrets that force them to face past wounds. And the history of the violin reveals more about their current problems than they could have ever expected.
On the nineteenth-century frontier, a gruesome tomahawk attack wiped out most of Deborah Caldwell's family. Her greatest solace after the tragedy is the music from her father's prized violin. Given her horrendous scars, she'd resigned herself to a spinster's life. But Levi Martinson's gentle love starts to chip away at her hardened heart, until devastating details about the attack are revealed, putting their love--and Deborah's shaky faith--to the ultimate test.
Full of forgiveness and the message that no one is too damaged for God's healing touch, the final book in the split-time Sedgwick County Chronicles will thrill fans of Rachel Hauck, Lisa Wingate, and Kristy Cambron.

Author Bio

Amanda Wen is an award-winning writer of inspirational romance and split-time women's fiction. She was a 2021 Christy Award finalist for Best Debut Novel for Roots of Wood and Stone, the first book in the Sedgwick County Chronicles. Her pre-publication writing has placed first in multiple contests, including the 2017 Indiana Golden Opportunity Contest, the 2017 Phoenix Rattler Contest, and the 2016 ACFW First Impressions Contest. She was also a 2018 ACFW Genesis Contest finalist. Amanda currently lives in Wichita, Kansas, with her husband and three children.

Editorial Reviews

In The Rhythm of Fractured Grace, Wen tackles difficult themes with wisdom, tenacity, and grace as the characters within the pages traverse painful places in search of healing and wholeness. This third installment of the Sedgwick County Chronicles will inspire readers on their own healing journey as they meet new characters and revisit old friends. -- Amanda Cox, author of He Should Have Told the Bees

Amanda Wen brings richness into her careful and conscientious storytelling of people who struggle to journey through faith, injustice, and the search for redemption. The heart of the author is evident in her stories, and readers will be blessed just for entering into them. -- Jaime Jo Wright, author of The Lost Boys of Barlowe Theater

Amanda Wen skillfully weaves little-known history and enduring truths into the stories of Siobhan and Deborah. Readers of any generation can relate to the struggles and doubts these women face. Ultimately, The Rhythm of Fractured Grace reminds us that Jesus alone mends what is broken and redeems what is lost--a hope we need now more than ever. -- Sara Brunsvold, author of The Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip

Amanda Wen has become one of my new favorite authors, and this book just seals the deal. Handling a difficult topic with finesse and grace, yet with necessary truth, Wen pens a page-turning tale full of characters you will fall in love with. This novel is destined to be another award-winner. -- Deborah Raney, author of Breath of Heaven and the Chandler Sisters novels

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