A Lasting Place in my Heart
Four years ago, Pam’s divorce devastated her. The cruelty of her ex husband crushed her spirit. After battling personal demons, she’s finally made a life for herself. Now remarried, raising her kids, working at a job she loves, the scars … Continue reading →
Touching and very realistic!
I enjoyed the book! Have now read all three and looking forward to SAMANTHA. I think I've said it in the other reviews??? I will say it again, "the women in this story are so close, so good that I would love it if they were in my town and I would surely be friends with them." If you want some good reads, download these books--you will stay up late to finish--like I'm doing now :o) -Jan
Orphaned and innocent, Samantha Evans was easy prey for con man Louis Cantrell. He left her broke and pregnant, but she persevered. Four years later, surrounded by a loving family, Samantha’s life seems to be headed in the right direction … Continue reading →
Samantha is another winner by Sharon Srock! I started reading this series a short time ago and have now completed it and am looking forward to Kate in November. Her books are just books that make you feel good and make you want to keep reading until you're finished and then looking to next one! -C. Scrivner
She’s sworn off marriage… Twice widowed, Kate Archer believes she’s better off alone. She’s not sure she could survive the heartache of losing another husband. Instead of romance she pours herself into a project close to her heart: establishing a … Continue reading →
Kate is Book 5 of The Women of Valley View series by author, Sharon Srock. What I liked in this book....the way that Srock was able to yet again take the women of Valley View and build on them with the story of Kate Archer. This widow two times over, has loved two men and both of them have died. She married to either of these men for over two years before they were taken from her…the last thing she wants it to fall in love with another man and have her heart ripped out, Again! She has wonderful friend that love her and pray for her. God hears and answers prayers….enter Nicholas Black! Both Kate and Nicholas have tragedy in their backgrounds…can they work through it and see God bringing them together or is it a too much for them to handle together? What I didn’t like about the book…that it ended! I am thoroughly looking forward to the next book, Karla as I’m sure that Sharon Srock will yet again knock our socks off with a great read! I was gifted this book in exchange for my honest review. -R. H.
Another wonderful book
I loved this book , Sharon once again made the characters come alive and go straight to my heart.
Sometimes it was hard to read with tears streaming down my face. A box of tissues is recommended.
Thanks Sharon for another great read. I will miss the Valley Women. -Connie L. Zwicke
Couldn’t stop reading!
For Mercie's Sake is a great novella which shows how through determination and God's love we are all called to help one another. Diana Kensington and Scottlyn Rich are both going through trials in life. Diana is trying to walk through the grief of losing her husband while Scottlyn is trying to finish school and start life despite an unplanned pregnancy at 16. Not sure what the future holds, both women are brought together through unusual circumstances.
This novella shows that through love and acceptance we can all be of help to one another in some way. Bringing both laughter and tears, this book is a great read!! I received this book through bookfun.org in exchange for my honest review. -Calliegh
College student Scottlyn Rich has overcome tragedy–and moved on. She’s about to celebrate her daughter’s first birthday when she receives news that the young man who raped her has died in prison. Grieving mother Penny Nelson believes there is only … Continue reading →
Heartwarming and inspirational
A wonderful sequel to For Mercie's Sake. It is a short but powerful read that tells a beautiful story of love and forgiveness. This author definitely knows how to make a story and characters come to life. Thank you again Sharon for a story that is both heartwarming and inspirational. -AnnE.
Scottlyn Rich is sixty-seven days from her wedding to Grant Weber. When the conversation she hoped would bring reconciliation with her estranged father turns to disaster, she is left adrift and feeling more orphaned than ever. Until her mother walks … Continue reading →
I have read every book by this author and have enjoyed every one. Emotions and problems are handled equally well and realistically. I would recommend every book by this author to those who enjoy Christian women's fiction. -Andrew Todd
An awesome start to a new series!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the other books in this series! - Amazon reviewer