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Healing Sands A Sullivan Crisp Novel
By Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/7 Mocha with Linda wrote: I have been eagerly awaiting the release of the third and final book in the Healing Fiction series by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn. It definitely lived up to exceeded my expecations!BOOK DESCRIPTION:In the struggle for healing, when do you fight and when do you surrender?Ryan Alexander-Coe is a talented ... Booked for the Holidays - Better Late Than Never!
On 12/7 Donna Safford wrote: Ryan needs help controlling her anger and getting her family back. Sully is on a search to put closure to the deaths of his wife and daughter. Dan needs help being firmer and more decisive. Each of these characters is an integral part of "Healing Sands." They each need to learn how to surrender to God ... Riveting and Compelling Story
On 12/4 Janet Ruth wrote: "You know where you've been, the silence whispered to me. Now - will that lead you to someplace you need to go? Or will you let time blow over your tracks before you find your way?" I love this quote from the book "Healing Sands". Ryan Coe's life was out of control. She is divorced, her husband has custody ... Healing Sands (by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn)
On 12/4 kianve wrote: Healing Sands by Nancy Rue & Stephen ArterburnBook Description:In the struggle for healing, when do you fight and when do you surrender?Ryan Alexander-Coe is a talented photojournalist who has been on assignment all over the world. But when her two sons choose to live with their father after her ... Book Review - Healing Sands
On 12/4 Rebekah Carpenter wrote: Healing Sands had me hooked from the very first chapter. The writing was crisp (no pun intended) and to the point. The voice was compelling, especially in telling the story of Ryan Coe and her story. My frustration grew right along with Ryan's as I followed her attempts to rebuild her family. Finally, ... What's More Important--Keeping the Peace or Making It?
On 12/2 Jenn Phipps wrote: Healing SandsA Sullivan Crisp NovelBy Nancy Rue and Stephen ArterburnBook DescriptionIn the struggle for healing, when do you fight and when do you surrender?Ryan Alexander-Coe is a talented photojournalist who has been on assignment all over the world. But when her two sons choose to live with their ... Healing Sands review
On 12/2 Troy Yanosik wrote: While this is a fiction work, I did pick up on a message that was trying to be relayed and its summed up by the very last sentence of the book; "I'm not done, Porphyria," he whispered. " It's all God now." This is a message of giving up control and surrendering to God completely. Something that is ... Absolutely Awesome
On 12/1 Rachel Ketchum wrote: Healing Sands is the story of Ryan Coe’s journey through the most difficult time in her life. Her son has been accused of a crime that she is convinced he never could have committed. Her anger has already destroyed her marriage and now threatens to push her son beyond her reach. In an attempt ... Healing Sands by Nancy Rue & Stephen Arterburn
On 11/29 Laura lanham wrote: Healing Sands As a book review blogger for Thomas Nelson Publishers I received a beautiful copy of "Healing Sands". Written by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn. Even the cover of this book has a healing,soothing appearance to it. I could not put this book down. I was sucked in and hooked by the end ... Healing Sands
On 11/27 Diane Kinney wrote: As a new reader to the Sullivan Crisp series, I am a new fan. This was a good read and an enjoyable book. The book had my interest by page 10. The plot was a bit far fetched as it had too much drama to be truly relateable, but the character development was real. As a mom, I could totally relate to the ... Characters are real and relateable