Unfortunately, I don’t have unlimited time to sit and read. 😉 Household chores, work demands and life in general get in the way of reading time. So it is not unusual for me to come across a book that deserves another look; I just don’t know when I will get around to reading it. Precious in His Sight by Karen Pashley is one of those books. Here’s a bit of information for you. If you have read it, let me know why I need to move it up to the top of the TBR pile!
A determined wife, her guilt-ridden husband, and the other woman, whose struggle may set them all free . . .
In Westfield, South Carolina, where wealth and prestige go hand-in-hand with sippin’ sweet tea and servin’ Jesus, successful architect Clay Brennan and his adoring wife Sugar enjoy the American dream.
When strong-willed Sugar learns of her husband s unfaithfulness, she keeps it to herself. Exposing his secret would destroy their kids respect and ruin their spotless reputations in their church and community.
Though her heart is crushed, she longs to repair the damage. But trusting God to heal her wounds proves more difficult than she’d imagined.
And when Clay’s former mistress returns to Westfield with devastating news, it poses a heart-wrenching dilemma that challenges Sugar to rethink all she s believed about faith, family, and the healing power of forgiveness.
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Karen Pashley writes and speaks with wit and candor about relevant, gut-wrenching topics people can relate to. In her fiction, she digs deep to create messy, flawed characters readers love to root for. Her novel Precious in His Sight has set off a rogue wave of discussion and promises to challenge and inspire readers to rethink their pre-conceived notions of “the perfect Christian life”. A mother to four amazing young women, and grandmother to one perfect toddler, Karen lives with her husband and youngest daughter in Nashville, Tennessee, where they enjoy the rich culture, glorious landscapes, and the occasional celebrity sighting. Read more at: http://www.karenpashley.com/.
(Thanks to Adams PR Group for a complimentary copy of this book.)