- File Size: 2063 KB
- Print Length: 75 pages
- Publisher: Sandia Sky Press (October 1, 2018)
- Publication Date: October 1, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07H14N8G6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,459 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Adrift: A Grace Springs Novella Kindle Edition
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Erin and Jonah had invested in the shop as a way for Jonah to leave his father’s company. He had been increasingly suffocated in his corporate job, and the fly fishing shop was a means to break free. After his death, it’s all Erin can do to hold on.
That is, until a customer walks into the shop one day, and he’s looking for outdoors clothes for an upcoming retreat scheduled by his boss. His name is Lucas, and Erin is immediately convinced he must have been a male model, with dimples that imply “heartbreaker.”
In spite of herself, she’s attracted, in a big way. So is Lucas. They find they have a lot of things in common, including attending the same church, though they’ve never met. Erin’s kids like him as well. And she finds herself becoming increasingly involved with a man she’s falling in love with.
Except Lucas harbors a secret.
“Adrift” by Jaycee Weaver is the story of Erin and Lucas, and how a second chance at love becomes threatened by what happened during the first love. It’s a novella in length, and it’s an engaging and well-told story.
Weaver has published several Christian fiction romances, including “Whatever Comes Our Way,” “Love, Laughter, and Luminaries,” and “What Makes a Home.” She lives in New Mexico.
“Adrift” is the story of a relationship born, threatened, and ultimately resolved. It’s a “I have to read this in one sitting to see what happens next” kind of story, and its novella length makes that possible.
This book is overflowing with the hope that can only be found in Jesus, the One who calms the seas!
Adrift is an absolutely magnificent novella about healing, as well as a beautiful love story!
Read this book, it will touch your heart!
I absolutely loved Adrift and most highly recommend it! This was my first read from Jaycee Weaver and she has now become one of my favorite authors! 😍
It's one of wonderful hope in God's ever presence and loving care.
Erin is a woman who's lost the love of her life at a very young age. Being left with the care of two teens and a small fishing store. Can she stop just drifting through her life and really live? Does she want to? What are these new feelings developing in her?
Jaycee Weaver is a wonderful author who brings the story to life. She has a sweet way out showing us the love God has for us.
I highly recommend you pick this book up.
I was given this book by the author for a honest review. All opinions are my own.
Erin is grieving the death of her husband and feels “adrift” much of the time. The story is emotional at times, potential for new beginnings and healing all in God’s timing. I like the characters and how Erin and Lucas meet and eventually fall in love. A sweet story.
~I bought an e-book and won a copy of this book from the author/publisher (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~
Top international reviews
This sweet love story is a beautiful analogy of how Jesus guides us through troubled waters, leading us to a place of peace only He can provide.
But the imagery! That’s what really blew this story out of the water, if you’ll forgive the completely intentional pun. So vivid and meaningful, following Erin’s journey from feeling adrift and struggling to keep her head above water to . . . well, I let you discover that for yourself.
And the romance was beautifully paced too—no mean feat considering the character's circumstances and the length of the story. Just an excellent read all ‘round.