Very unusual topic to explore and well done in an unusual format. Probing questions at the end are ideas and thoughts many married persons need to think about and consider.Published 3 days ago by Reader for Christ
This was a surprising and wonderful reading experience. I say 'experience' because it was just that, not just a good read. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Shari A. Bradley
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Finalist - 2011 Carol Award and 2010 RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice AwardWhen Libby s husband Greg fails to return from a two-week canoe trip to the... Read more
The storyline flowed well and moved quickly. The Kindle version did have some formatting issues but overall a great read that I would recommend to others.Published 2 months ago by Hope
Enjoyed it! Libby's humor was a fun surprise. At first she's pretty whiny and negative (most people in her situation would be) -- and she's not attempting to be a comedian -- she... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christin Ditchfield
Deb’s Dozen: Canoeing for clarity. Lightning for light? Faith and family are everything!
I bought and read Cynthia Ruchti’s book, They Almost Always Come Home, about a... Read more
I have said this before but I think I will say it again I'm Cynthia's biggest fan.
I am not so sure that Cynthia wrote this book, it has her name on the cover but it just does... Read more
This was a free book and it had lots of typos and grammatical errors, but the story was good and it was quite well written. I really enjoyed it!Published 3 months ago by becky meekhof