Saturday, March 19, 2016

An Unbroken Heart by Kathleen Fuller

An Unbroken Heart by Kathleen FullerI really admired Joanna Schrock. She has amazingly bounced back from a lot of events in her life. 
enjoyed this book so much but of course I say this about almost every book I've read. There were a few that I've had trouble getting into. I like the stories that revolve around our Lord and Savior so much because without Him we'd be nothing. He is the truth, the life and the way. We must enter through Him in order to get to the Kingdom of Heaven. I'm believing this is the message that the author is wanting to say to us. 
I rejoiced and grieved with Joanna because of what happened. when she finally realizes that it takes trust and finally some much needed healing after her buggy accident that killed her parents. Take each day and fully appreciate what you have because you never know what will happen or when your life will end. 
Andrew was going through some tough times as well. I thought him rather pushy with Joanna. I believed that if God wants them together then it should be in His own time. They weren't ready and they didn't know how to show their love. I completely understand Andrew's motivation but they really needed to grow up some and let Joanna find some things out on her own. 
I also admired Andrew's mother who kept some secrets of her own. I was glad that she finally to her children so that they can go on with their lives. I believe that because she did this Andrew was finally able to except what happened to his father and it also helped him to grow up and be the man I figured he could be. 
Cameron had a lot going on in his life too. I think it takes a man to confess on what he did was wrong. It's wrong to run away from certain circumstances in life. I'm so very happy that he did right by his daughter. It also takes a man to think about someone other than himself. 
I loved this book and will recommend it to anyone who loves to wile away the hours reading Christian fiction. I was definitely kept on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen with each page turn. 
I gave this book 5 stars for the reason I stated above. 
I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Booklook Bloggers.

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