Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Winter's End by Rebekah Lyn* A Review

Musician Michelle Burton just had the best night of her life. Her band Tangled Web opened for Wonderland in downtown Orlando and the crowd loved them. Too excited to sleep she makes a fateful decision to go to work early. The best night of her life turns into the worst day of her life. Nearby, at boutique Hotel Lago, Stephen Longbottom, acting concierge manager, is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the board of directors for Silken Pleasures, a multimillion dollar company based in New York and specializing in high end cosmetics, fragrances and lingerie. Their incessant demands before they even arrive are driving him to distraction. Meanwhile Lizzie Reynolds, his boss is on a romantic ski trip in Vermont leaving him to manage his first solo event. Hope, forgiveness and love are an integral message throughout the book and like a fine tapestry the threads of God’s master plan for the character’s lives are woven into a fabric of great storytelling, conflict and humor. Readers who came to know and love the characters of Summer Storms will enjoy catching up with Lizzie, Stephen, Michelle, Jeffrey and Ian.

Paperback: 332 pages

Publisher: Real Life Publishing (December 5, 2012)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0615734774

ISBN-13: 978-0615734774

Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches

Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds

Rebekah is a Christian with a heart for new beginnings. She is a Florida native and a graduate of Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Fl. A love of history, research and journaling led naturally to a passion for writing. She enjoys travel and has traveled extensively across the United States and Canada as well as Europe and the Caribbean. Her reading taste run from the classics to light fiction. When she is not working or writing, she enjoys cooking,baking and sharing recipes on her blog, http://rebekahlynskitchen.wordpress.com

Her current works include, Summer Storms and Winter’s End the first two books in The Seasons of Faith series and Julianne the first book in The Coastal Chronicle series.

Rebekah currently resides in Florida along with her "attack" cat, Mia. They would enjoy meeting with you on her Facebook page, www.facebook.com/authorRebekahLyn



Another intruging story by Rebekah Lyn. This is the second book in the Seasons of Faith series. It’s called Winter’s End and I just love it. It was great to find out how the charcters from book one Summer Storm were doing and to meet some new interesting characters in this book.

This book is very suspenseful, full of faith, love, forgiveness and hope. It tells us once God forgives us we need to forgive ourselves and forget about the past.

One paragraph in the story Winter’s End really spoke to me. I will quote it “God works on us one piece at a time, like putting together a broken vase, because we are all broken when we come to him. He works with patience and tenderness, fitting the pieces back together. Sometimes a piece needs extra time for the glue to dry so it will stay in place, but He will hold onto that piece until it does finally stick. So today one more piece of your vase has been repaired.”

I really love this series and this author. I recommend you find her books and read something really full of love and forgiveness.

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Thank you to the Author/Publicist for providing this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for such a wonderful review, Wanda. It really cheered me up after a difficult day.

The paragraph you quoted was truly divinely inspired. When I finished writing it I had to sit back a minute and let it sink in just how true those words had been in my own life. I can't wait to get back to Lizzie and her friends to see what happens next.

Thanks again!