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A PATH LESS TRAVELED (A Miller's Creek Novel Book 2) by [Bryant, Cathy]
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This is a story about faith and finding oneself and understanding the role God not only plays in our lives, but how he directs our paths. A thoughtful, engaging read and one I can recommend. -Holly

You know those books that you get really sucked into and so you stay up way too late reading them? Yep, this was one of those books! -Nicole R. Elliott

From the Author

A faith-walk is challenging to be sure, but also exhilarating and liberating. When we place our complete trust in the One who loves us perfectly--the One who knows us better than we know ourselves--each step becomes part of a marvelous adventure directed by the very hand of God.

Walking by faith,
Cathy

Product Details

  • File Size: 1050 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: WordVessel Press (October 21, 2010)
  • Publication Date: October 21, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0048EK14O
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By Holly VINE VOICE on December 1, 2010
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Like the first book in the Miller's Creek series, Texas Roads, I enjoyed this story. It's engaging and each time I set it down, I wanted to get back to it. I liked Trish, but found myself annoyed at times with her pride and stubborn, pathological refusal to accept help from anyone. Andy is a sweetheart and has a troubled past and I wished for more details about him. In fact, I wished for more details about everyone. Things are said or instances happen and then we're kind of left hanging at times, waiting for some closure, which isn't always important, but can be niggling.

This is a story about faith and finding oneself and understanding the role God not only plays in our lives, but how he directs our paths. A thoughtful, engaging read and one I can recommend.

A Path Less Traveled is a sequel to Texas Roads, and follows Steve's sister Trish. While the story stands alone, it is helpful to have read the first book, just for the background on the characters. I look forward to more from the Miller's Creek series.
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This is a faith oriented book and is Christian faith in nature. The second in the Miller's Creek Series, it continues the story of Trish James, sister of Steve, who was one of the main protagonists in the Texas story. It is not necessary to have read the first in the series to enjoy this story, it stands well alone.

Trish James has been widowed at a very young age, along with her son she is still grieving the unexpected death of her husband from an accident. An accident which has left Trish feeling responsible for. As she struggles both financially and emotionally to begin a new life Trish is drawn to a new man in town. One who will force her to question her trust in her faith and her life choices.

Andy Tyler has come to Miller's Creek for a wedding and does not expect to run into a prickly widow who sets his heart on fire. Along with her young son, Trish is making Andy think he may find someone to spend his life with. But having been left by his last love for her career, Andy is wary of his own heart.

Nicely written and edited, clean and crisp this is a well developed story of love and faith. Understanding the heart of a widow Ms. Bryant delivers her protagonist with warmth and compassion. I recommend this one for all my faith based friends.

Karen Bryant Doering,
Parents' Little Black Book
MistBlueEeyore@gmail.com
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Life is often so hard. This sweet story gives one continual reminders that God is in charge and that thru faith in his love for his chidren, he will see us through our struggles. i was deeply moved by both of Cathy's works. My one regret is that I have been unable to find her third book in this series "The Way of Grace".
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This is the second book in the Miller’s Creek series, which is a series about the people in a small Texas town. I would recommend reading Texas Roads before reading this second book to get to know the secondary characters, some of which were the primary characters in the first book.

A Path Less Traveled is a romance novel built around Andy Tyler and Trish James. I really like Andy, a kind and caring person, who is also a successful lawyer. As a widow with a young child, Trish has some major trust issues, especially in trusting God. She is very confused and is struggling to make a new life for herself and her son, Bo, in the aftermath of her husband’s death. There are many things to admire about Trish, as she tries desperately to solve myriad problems. On the other hand, I would have liked to have seen more signs of her spiritual growth along the way.

This is an entertaining story, but also one of learning to rely on God and His provision, rather than relying only on ourselves. I would have enjoyed the story more, if it hadn’t ended so abruptly. The ending, although satisfactory, seems rushed and somewhat contrived.

I recommend this book to those who enjoy small town fiction and family saga romance. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the Miller’s Creek series.
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A Path Less Traveled, Miller's Creek series book 2**** by Cathy Bryant

Trish James is trying to make a life for her and her young son, Bo, since the death of her husband. It has not been easy, but she is determined to make it on her own. Trish's stubbornness and pride gets in the way of letting her family help her. Will she need to leave Miller's Creek or is God leading her elsewhere?

Andy Tyler recently opened his law practice in Miller's Creek and hopes to put his past behind him. He hires Trish to design his office. As the two grow closer, he finds he would like to help her and Bo more. How can he help Trish and Bo if she won't accept help from anyone?

I like the small town of Miller's Creek and those who live there. Being such a small town can be a good thing—as everyone knows each other, but it can be not so good—as everyone knows everything about each other. Pride can get in the way as we see in the story. Trish's grief is clearly shown, a grief that often gets in her way to help her son in his grief. Bo is a sweet little boy who is hurting, I wanted to pick him up and comfort him. I don't think Trish realized just how much her family, friends and small town community meant to her until she let them “in” and help her. I really liked Andy and the way he cares for Trish and Bo. He always surprised me just when I thought he was giving up on Trish. This story covers many emotions, grief, anger, pride, joy, love, humorous situations as well as romance, love, forgiveness, problems with trusting, restoration of faith, God's love and guidance for us and more. I really enjoyed reading Trish, Bo and Andy's story.

~I won an e-book copy of this book from author/book chat, this is my honest review~
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