Thursday, October 16, 2008

This book has perfect timing!

I waited until today to post my review of A Beautiful Fall because I was still reading it yesterday and wanted to let you know about it. I LOVED IT! I kept thinking as I read it that it reminded me of someone or something, but couldn't figure out what until this morning. And the reason it's such good timing - fall temperatures finally arrive here at my home TOMORROW! :-)



If you liked Rachel Hauck's books - Sweet Caroline and Love Starts with Elle - then you'll love this book too. It has the same sort of "flavor" - great characters with depth, a small town charm, an enjoyable story that keeps you turning pages to see what happens next.




This week, the


Christian Fiction Blog Alliance


is introducing


A Beautiful Fall


David C. Cook (October 2008)


by


Chris Coppernoll




ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Chris Coppernoll is the founder of Soul2Soul Ministries, with his interviews with Christian artists airing weekly on 650 radio outlets in thirty countries. He has conducted hundreds of interviews on faith issues with personalities such as Amy Grant, Max Lucado, Michael W. Smith, and Kathie Lee Gifford. He also serves as a Deacon at The People’s Church in Franklin, Tennessee, and is currently working toward a Masters in Ministry Leadership degree through Rockbridge Seminary.

His "Inspirations" column is published monthly in the mid Michigan newspaper, The Jackson Citizen Patriot. Chris Coppernoll is the author of four other books including Soul2Soul, Secrets of a Faith Well Lived, and God's Calling. Providence, his first novel, is his fourth book.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

High-powered Boston attorney Emma Madison is celebrating her latest courtroom victory when she gets a call from a number she doesn't recognize. Area code 803 home. Juneberry, South Carolina eight hundred miles, twelve years, and a lifetime away from Boston. Emma's father has had a serious heart attack. Emma rushes to his bedside, and a weekend trip threatens to become an extended stay. She has to work fast to arrange the affairs of his small-town law practice so she can return to her life and career in Boston.

And then Michael Evans shows up. They'd shared hopes, dreams, and a passionate love as young college students during a long-ago summer. But Emma walked away from Michael and from Juneberry to finish college and start a new life. Michael has never forgotten her.

Enveloped in the warmth of family and small-town life and discovering that she still cares for Michael Emma knows she'll have to make a choice between the career she's worked so hard to build and the love she left behind.

To read the first chapter of A Beautiful Fall, click HERE.



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6 comments:

Sunny said...

I loved Sweet Caroline and Love Starts With Elle! I havent read this one yet, though.

Becky said...

This one sounds interesting. Thanks for the review.

Becky
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Cherie J said...

Here from the Bloggy Giveaway! Sounds like a really good book. I have read Rachel Hauck's books in the past and enjoyed them. She does a good job of developing her plot and characters. Will have to add this one to my list of books. Thanks for the review.

cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jennifer said...

thank you for your review! I am always looking for good books and books that are wholesome!

Here also for the Bloggy Giveaway!

lukenlarry at yahoo dot com

Karen said...

Wow! This one sounds better than Love Starts With Elle and I didn't think that was possible! I guess I need to head to the bookstore....

robin_titan said...

Ooooh I heard about this book recently I hear many good things about it and it's already in my tbr list I just gotta get there haha thanks for providing the fist chapter I'll get to reading that :D Glad you enjoyed it that means I most likely will to it's good to read people's opinions on books thanks.