With that negative out of the way, on to the next one. The story was predictable and slow paced. And with that out of the way, let me state for the record I did enjoy this story. The character of Sarah Dobbs is expertly written, with her flaws and her strengths, and the love interest of Clay was a typical stubborn man set in his ways. The faith aspect was a bit more evident here than I noticed in 'Summer of Promise', as both Sarah and Clay feel that God was cruel to have taken their loved ones away. It takes healing and kindness from others for the two to be able to abandon their hurt and open themselves to God.
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