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Coming Home: A Novel (Winds of Change) Paperback – March 10, 2012
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About the Author
Stacy Hawkins Adams’ love of writing has expanded from childhood dreams and a decade-plus journalism career to writing freelance and inspiring audiences on speaking tours. She is the author of eight books, including The Someday List, Dreams That Won’t Let Go and Who Speaks To Your Heart? Tuning In to Hear God's Whispers. Stacy and her husband live in Virginia with their two children. When she is not writing or speaking, Stacy devotes considerable time to child advocacy issues. Visit her at www.StacyHawkinsAdams.com.
Top Customer Reviews
The thoughts that popped into my head while reading:
1. Brent couldn't apologize to Dayna way before this? So, if he hadn't been ill would he have ever apologized for hurting Dayna the way he did?
2. Why is it that when a married man commits adultery everyone looks at the other woman as if she's more guilty? Yes, she's wrong, but c'mon now, the man knows he has a wife.
3. If the author would have shown what happened in Chapter 29 instead of having Audrey tell what happened, I would have been on the edge of my seat.
4. Christians should be willing to forgive (Colossians 3:13, Matthew 6:14) but that doesn't mean it will be easy. Depending on the situation, forgiveness can be downright difficult.
For the most part, I was into the story - Chapter 27 is where Adams really got my attention - but every now and then it got a bit slow and that's the reason for the 3.5 rating. Coming Home reminds followers of Christ how important it is to take our problems to God in prayer - In the Name of Jesus. The story also has messages on forgiveness and how to grow in the Lord. I like how honest the author was when it comes to Christian couples waiting until marriage to have sex (it can be difficult to resist temptation), and what I liked most was that the author showed what true friendship is all about.
I confess that I am one of those people who yell at the screen in the movies, so imagine me doing it...or trying not to do it at a book. Stacy Hawkins Adams always finds a way to drop a few nuggets of wisdom on you through her characters which makes me wonder does she personally know anyone like her characters. I would love to see this one in film.
I'm looking forward to reading the next one in the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
God's grace and mercy is available to us all and this written work is a reminder to us all that we can it.Published 2 months ago by White Diamond
Coming Home is relevant in today's world. . Betrayed by those she trusted, Dayna finds a way to forgive and in doing so finds true freedom and love. It was an easy read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Penelope A Childers
I loved the book and recommend it to others. In fact my book club will discuss the book at our next meeting. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joyce Peterson
The characters are real and authentic. You are curious about how things will be disrupted and resolved. I can't wait to read the next one in the series!Published 11 months ago by ReadyforAdventure
This is my first time reading a book from this author. This is a wonderful book and I will be reading future books from Stacy. I enjoyed the storyline from beginning to end. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lyrical Passion
Coming Home is a pleasant read that I found to be centered around forgiveness and spiritual growth. Dayna divorced 7 years from her ex-husband Brent Davidson finds herself in a... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jacquetta Roden
This book really captures the meaning of unconditional love and forgiveness. Real life situations and the daily struggle to overcome them through faith and trust in God.Published 18 months ago by Xiomara L. Tucker