Find out what happens to Beth after the flames…
This first novelette of Phoenix's 'Love Endures' series explores Beth’s courage as she faces a new season in her life. Despite the obstacles that lie ahead, she is determined to embrace life supported by Scott’s love - a love that endures. Her journey is marked by healing, intrigue and forgiveness. However, her best friend Angie hides a terrible truth and Glenn, Scott’s longtime friend, holds challenging secrets of his own.
In this continuation of the Phoenix series, Beth finds herself in new territory. Angie’s secret and Glenn’s past will test the bonds of both friendships. In the midst of rebuilding a new life with her son, Beth finds she must confront her greatest fear - facing the man who shattered her spirit. She is fated to meet this challenge with courage.
For you see, a Phoenix is destined to rise from the ashes…
I was blessed and lucky enough to beta read this book and I am so very thankful that I did. I just love these books. Definitely on my top 10 favorites of all time. They're enlightening, heart breaking, uplifting, spiritual...I just absolutely love them. Now for my review:
I'm very happy that we get to see more of Beth and her journey through life as a new mother and in her spiritual journey as well after her husband died in that tragic accident.
The major part of this book is about forgiveness. What would you do if a loved one was killed in a car accident because the other driver was distracted? Would you be able to forgive them? Would you willingly go to their house and make amends? Well Beth does. She asks God for strength and courage and the fact that she was able to face the driver that took Scott away from her was inspirational all in itself. I know for me, I would need all the prayers, the strength, the courage that I could get if someone took my husband from me. Especially if the accident could have been prevented. I hold so much respect for Beth for facing the man that took Scott away from her and left her a widow and a single mother.
Now, another thing. Glenn. Love him but I have a feeling that things aren't going to go well for them. Besides the fact that he was Scott's best friend...Glenn and Beth have different views on the subject of God. That's all I'm saying. I know Red/Michelle will do her characters justice and won't leave us hanging for long. I trust her and look forward to reading the rest of Beth's journey. Red could keep releasing books on Beth forever and I would not complain.
About the author:
Michelle lives by the beautiful Rockies with her husband and children. She grew up in the 80's and still has fondness for that era. She was a schoolteacher for many years, but always dreamed of writing.
"Enjoy life by embracing the sadness as well as the happiness. It's all a part of being on this earth."
~ Mrs. Pinkerton
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