Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn

Dear Readers,
Ok first the house keeping stuff. Healing Waters by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn . It is the second book of the Sullivan Crisp series.
To be perfectly honest with you all, I am having a terrrible time writing this review. It is not for lack of trying and it is not because I disliked the book. In fact I loved the book. It is more because I feel I am not doing the story justice.

There is so much to learn from Sullivan and Lucia. I feel like everything I want to write is so very disjointed. Mostly I want all of you to understand that this is a very good book. Simply put if you liked book #1, Healing Stones, then get in your car and come and get your copy of this book today.

Lucia is our main character.. She has always been told to take care of her sister, Sonia. When Sonia had a terrible accident, Lucia drops everything to go and live with Sonia. This is where she meets Sullivan. He is a friend of Sonia's and is looking to make sure she is ok, but it turns out Sonia isn't the only one in need of a counselor.

This is where I will stop. Now this is a good read. You don't want to lay it down, but have no problem picking backup for those times you do. It is always sad when real life interfers with reading isn't it. There is so much to say, but it all gives the plot away and I really don't want to take away from the pleasure of reading this story. I also don't want you to think that this review is a bit shorter than others because I don't have anything to say. The problem is just the opposite, I have to much to say and am not sure I could stop.

Happy Reading


Nancy Rue said...

Thank you, Chris. I appreciate the great review! Nancy Rue

Chris Jager - Baker Book House-fiction buyer said...

You are very welcome Nancy, thank you for reading my blog.

Dawn said...

I love this book! You are right -- words don't seem to do this story justice.