Monday, June 25, 2018

As the Tide Comes In by Cindy Woodsmall and Erin Woodsmall

This book has it all: humor, love, sadness, and most of all, inspiration. Tara has struggled through life as a foster child and she finally finds her place in the world as she takes over as guardian for her younger brothers. When tragedy strikes, Tara's world is turned upside down and she questions God's plan. Tara finds refuge in an Island town in Georgia and in a unique group of women named the Glynn Girls. The Glynn Girls and their kind-hearted son Gavin make it their mission to help Tara find answers about her past and deal with the grief that is taking over her life.

The flow of this book was great as the story completely comes full circle by the last pages. Readers will experience an array of emotions as they peruse the pages. The comic relief of the Glynn Girls really lightens up the tragic part of this book and provides an excellent variation to the story. This is an inspiring read for those who are experiencing loss or grief in their lives. There are many helpful tidbits and attempts to answer questions for people who may be struggling to come to terms with bad things that happen in a broken world. I enjoyed this book and am thankful to have received an advance copy as a member of Cindy Woodsmall's launch team.

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