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Where Two Hearts Meet Paperback – April 16, 2014
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About the Author
Carrie Turansky is the award-winning author of thirteen inspirational romance novels and novellas including The Governess of Highland Hall, Surrendered Hearts, and Christmas Mail-Order Brides, which was the winner of the ACFW Carol Award. Carrie and her husband Scott have been married for over thrity-five years and make their home in central New Jersey. You can learn more about Carrie and her books at her website: http://carrieturansky.com, or by connecting with her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
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Novella #1 – Tea For Two
Focuses on younger sister Allison Bennett, co-owner of the teashop, and former boyfriend Tyler Lawrence. When I read this first novella, I felt like Carrie was a true sister in Christ. I absolutely loved it. She described the wonderful teashop, and Allison’s artwork with an open bible on a footstool next to a cozy fire. She shared scripture and heartfelt prayer. Allison’s anxieties were relatable. Going to church to listen to Pastor Tom was just like being there. I actually stopped in the middle of Ch.5 to post on her FB timeline how much I was enjoying the book. Rating it alone, I would give it 5 stars.
Novella #2 – Wherever Love Takes Us
This book felt like a different author wrote it. It focused on older sister Tessa Malone and her husband Matt. They have been struggling financially, and while her baking at the tearoom is mentioned, it is only occasionally. This book involved a lot of fighting/bickering between the couple. They have 3 kids from elementary to college. While the story is very real, filled with everyday problems, I was not entertained (the reason I read fiction). I imagine it may help some women as the couple work through their differences (albeit painfully), but it was FOR ME, too much…just way to heavy. I did not enjoy it. It also leaves us wondering what happens to the tea room, and what about Tyler and Allison who are struggling to get pregnant.
Sadly, only 1 out of 5 stars
Overall for the book 3 out 5 stars
Things that are included: Recipe for Sweet Something’s Lemon Lush
Carrie is very sweet and approachable online, so please understand this is simply MY opinion of the stories, and I wish her all the best, and God’s blessings for her and family.
I downloaded a free eCopy and opinions are my own.
© 2014 Flowing Stream Books
Allison Bennett runs a tea shop with her sister, Tessa. Things are financially tight and looking grim when in walks Tyler Lawrence. The past and the present clash when Tyler offers a helping hand with the business. Allison trusted him once, and he disappeared. Will he stay around and finish what he started this time?
Tessa Malone worked hard at the tea shop. She had to. Her husband, Matt, had led their family into financial ruin. Sure, he helped her around the house and with the kids and he had a job - one he hated. But when an elderly relative leaves him property across the country, how can he even think of uprooting her and their children again?
Good stories, worth reading when you want an uncomplicated story to relax with.
The stories are clean Christian stories with no objectionable language or sexual scenes. I think the author is a good writer and I may try some of her other books.
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Two very sweet novellas.Read more