Thursday, June 17, 2010

Ransomed Dreams by Sally John

Ransomed Dreams by Sally John is a stand-alone title that follows a marriage through tough times and gives a glowing example of what it means to be committed to someone for better or for worse. When things get hard many people run. When faced with temptation many spouses fall into the arms of someone outside of their marriage covenant. Sally has written her couple into several of these true-to-life situations and shows how they resolve to do what is right and not just what feels right. At times this was a little predictable but I enjoyed it nonetheless. It is a good, clean read.

Click here to read the first chapter of Ransomed Dreams.

For more about Sally, visit her website.

About the book:

With the flash of a bullet, Sheridan Montgomery’s world ceased to exist.

Her husband, Eliot—the U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela—may have physically survived the assassination attempt, but he would never be the same again. And Sheridan had accepted that neither would their marriage.

But when a man that Sheridan had hoped to never see again brings new information about her past, it spins her life down a side road—a path that makes her question everything she thought she knew about herself, her husband, and their life together.

Does a promise last forever when everything has changed? With honesty and grace, best-selling author Sally John tells a moving story about the unexpected detours our lives can take and the hope that it’s never too late to find our way back.

This book was provided for review by Tyndale.

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