REVIEW: Healing Sands

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Book Description:
In the struggle for healing, when do you fight and when do you surrender?
Ryan Alexander-Coe is a talented photojournalist who has been on assignment all over the world. But when her two sons choose to live with their father after her divorce, Ryan must give her career up for a small-town newspaper job in order to be near them.
Life spirals out of control when her fifteen-year-old son is arrested. Desperation--both over the fact that she cannot believe her son commited this crime and that he refuses to talk to her--sends her anger level soaring . . . and eventually sends her storming into Dr. Sullivan Crisp's office in search of ways to cope with her anger. Sully is in town assisting at one of his clinics and continuing his search for Belinda Cox, the woman whose guilt-inducing counseling caused the death of his wife and daughter. When Sully's search ends in disaster, both he and Ryan will have to fully rely on God--rather than themselves--to survive these storms.

My Review: This was a very difficult book for me to read, as it hit very close to home for me. I just finished going through a painful divorce, however I do have custody of my minor child. I could identify with the anger as that is apart of the process of divorce recovery. Add on top of that the crime her son is accused of and having to deal with that as well. This is a woman who just doesn't get a break. The emotions that were portrayed were real, and right on! Sully's character is a great one! I have grown to love him. I would love to see more of him. I highly recommend this book and I give it a lighthouse and shine a light on it for pointing a path to God!


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