Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Between Us Girls by Sally John

Between Us GirlsBetween Us Girls by Sally John
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a nice light hearted story, I could just sit and relax with this one, no thinking, no delving, just simply there read the pages and let it unfold.

We have Albright, lots of unexpected things have happened in her life, hardships she has had to overcome and of course this being a Christian based read, she relies heavily on God to steer her in the right direction.

This is the first book at the start of a series.

I found it a little hard going at the start, it took me a while to get into the flow and get my head around who was who and what and why, but in a relaxing way. There was no pressure in this book. It just took a while to pick up and flow.

This is the reason it has a 3 star, good book, but not unexpected.

I would like to thank Harvest House Publishers for allowing the chance to read and review this book.


From bestselling Christian fiction author Sally John comes a brand-new series featuring broken lives, new beginnings...and unexpected romance.

Welcome to Casa de Vida--eleven quaint bungalows located three blocks from the Pacific Ocean in tiny Seaside Village, California. Owner Liv McAlister never advertises vacancies beyond a small hand-lettered sign out front, preferring to trust that God will send the right tenant at just the right time. And He always does.

Meet Jasmyn Albright--she's had more than her share of bad breaks lately, beginning with the tornado that demolished her farmhouse. Emotionally fragile and feeling utterly alone, Jasmyn heads west, hoping to outrun her heartbreak. And she doesn't stop until she notices a small sign that reads "Vacancy." Before she's quite aware of how it all happened, Jasmyn finds herself the newest tenant at Casa de Vida. She hardly dares to hope that her fortunes might be about to change...but of course when God is at work, anything can happen, and new beginnings are one of His specialties.

Sometimes among strangers, family happens. And sometimes, when we least expect it, romance is a welcome guest.






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