Halfway to Forever (Forever Faithful, Book 3)

by Karen Kingsbury

Paperback, 2002

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Publication

Multnomah (2002), 352 pages

Original publication date

2002-04-01

Description

Fiction. Literature. Romance. Christian Fiction. HTML: You wept with them as they were Waiting for MorningYou shared their Moment of WeaknessNow they face the greatest struggles of their lives. Matt and Hannah Bronzan have found a new life in the face of devastating loss.  Together with Hannah‚??s daughter, Jenny, they are finally moving forward‚??toward the adoption of a little girl. A younger sister for Jenny, a daughter for them to love and raise together. But just when the dream seems to be coming true, disaster strikes. Can Hannah survive the loss of another daughter? Jade and Tanner Eastman love the Bronzans. Matt and Tanner are partners in a successful religious freedom law firm, and the two couples share a great deal. Not the least of which has been Jade and Tanner‚??s struggle to have children.  When they discover Jade is pregnant, their joy is boundless. Until the joyous event becomes a threat to Jade‚??s very life. Will Tanner come through decades of loneliness only to face losing Jade one final time? Caught in a desperate battle against all that threatens to derail their faith and sideline their futures, these four struggle together to depend daily on God, regardless of what comes against them, as they journey halfway to f… (more)

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

352 p.; 8.2 inches

ISBN

157673899X / 9781576738993

User reviews

LibraryThing member stella77
love this book
LibraryThing member SABC
Story of many struggles, life and death situations, but all faced with faith and hope for the future.
LibraryThing member JenniferRobb
I no longer remember where I got this book. I have read Karen Kingsbury before--in fact, she used to be one of my "go to"authors. But I felt like her books got repetitive (Baxter Family and related books). This book is the third in the Forever Faithful series. I can't remember if I read other books
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in this series.

This book started out okay for me. I liked the idea of God using what we think of as "bad" or "catastrophic" events--to teach us, to make us better appreciate the "good" times, to prepare us for something else that's coming. God is faithful--and that is a good lesson to remember. It's a lesson I needed to be reminded of right now.

I enjoyed the friendship between the two couples.

But then the book took a crazy (emotional) turn and I ended up skipping large chunks of it because I just couldn't cope with that level of emotion. It was actually feeding into my anxiety feelings and sadness feelings.
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LibraryThing member SABC
A story of heartache, hope and greatest struggles of their lives.

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