For Time and Eternity

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Book Description From Allison's Website:
"When Camilla Deardon hears their songs coming on a breeze, they sound just like the songs in her own church. This is all she knows of the Mormons camping near her family's farm. Mama and Papa warned her to stay away, but she doesn't understand their fear, especially after meeting a young Mormon man named Nathan Fox. So handsome. So charming. His eyes hold the very image of this Zion he talks about, and his step seems a promise to take her there. Though Camilla knows she should obey her parents, she can't refuse her heart. But Nathan's promises can never prepare her for what she will face in Utah. She's been willing to share her husband's faith, but can she share her marriage with another woman?"

About Allison, from back cover:
"In 2005, Allison Pittman left a teaching career to follow the Lord's calling into the world of Christian Fiction, and God continues to bless her step of faith. Since then she has published 6 novels and one nonfiction work. She lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, Mike, and their three sons."

My Thoughts:
I haven't finished this yet, so I won't say too much. I will tell you this: Allison Pittman is a wonderful storyteller. She draws you in, creating characters with whom you will sympathize and situations that will have you wondering what you would do. There is a strong theme of the importance of scripture, and though it is a work of fiction, it is educational as well. This is a book that not only makes you think, but also makes you feel. Allison Pittman is one to follow. I will definitely be watching for book two in The Sister Wife Series.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I have read this one and reviewed it on my blog also! It is quite the read! She is a good author and pulls you in! I had a hard time putting it down.