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Chapel Springs Survival (Chapel Springs Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Have read other works by this author and enjoyed the book.
This is about a town where many new things are happening. They are happening so fast that the tourists are staying past the summer and there are no places to stay.
Townsfolk are overworked but love the income and they try to create a balance for the growth changes.
What I really like about this book is that it concentrates on many different age groups and their problems.
Claire is newly married and trying to get her son involved with someone who will bring him much happiness also.
Love all the career choices available and the layout of the town and all it offers. Love the indepth chatter about the careers and how they do their jobs.
So many mysteries with the land deal and struggles among families as older children have their own dreams at all costs.
Praying and going to church help some with the solutions.
In Chapel Springs Survival, Ane Mulligan deepens characterization and life in the quaint, fictional town of Chapel Springs, Georgia. Where Revival focuses on Claire's, Patsy's, and others efforts to save the town from economic ruin, Survival features their efforts to save the town from an overrun of tourists as well as the characters' relationships with their children--seeds that sometimes landed far from the tree. Thanks to the audio version, I caught nuances I would have missed had I skimmed the book. I absolutely loved it and look forward to the next release in the series.
Claire decides she had many reasons to hate the idea that her son was being taken advantage of. She is angry at her son, at the girl, and most everyone. She focuses some of that anger to protect their town from big business and a few underhanded townsfolk.
Mulligan weaves a lovely story of a family and a town.
Claire shows her very real thoughts and emotions, which are not always the most loving and forgiving thoughts for a Christian. The book reveals the very real struggles Claire has toward becoming the person she knows Christ wants her to be.
This book is an easy and pleasant read with twists and turns to keep it interesting.
I received this book for my honest review.
This novel has a more mature Claire determined to do things God’s way. Her internal battles often spill out in the world around her. I love reading about parents of adult children who are still in love or newlywed older couples dealing with family drama they don’t want or need.. This story has these elements with some enticing plot twist. Add a new daughter-in-law via cyber dating and things really heat up. I have delightful daughter-in-laws both born in foreign countries with customs so different from my own. Claire’s concerns were so relatable and Costy’s fears believable. Not to mention lots of laugh out loud moments and poignant ones that touched my heart and feed my spirit.
Ane Mulligan has created a community I’d love to visit. I am so looking forward to joining the ladies of Chapel Spring on their next adventure.