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Stormi's Review: Through the Tears (Sandy Cove #2) by Rosemary Hines

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Publisher: Self-Published

Released: April 7th 2014

Genre: Christian Contemporary

Length: 349 pages

Format: eBook, Paperback, Hardcover

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Michelle Baron sat on the edge of the couch, her heart racing as she looked at the envelope in her hand. I guess this is it, she thought. The return address seemed harmless enough. Fairfield Lab, Portland, Oregon. But this envelope contained information that could change her life forever. Michelle and her family rejoice when her father begins to regain consciousness after an unsuccessful suicide attempt. But a long journey awaits, as they seek to clear his name of the embezzlement charges that drove him to this desperate act. The days of their vigil at the hospital drag into weeks, and Michelle finds herself repeatedly drawn to the newborn nursery. Observing couples leave with tiny babes in their arms, her heart is stirred, and she begins to yearn for a child of her own. However, an unexpected twist will threaten her new dream. Through the Tears -- the second novel in the Sandy Cove series -- delivers a message of hope in the midst of longing and disappointment.

Five Boundless Stars

This book was very quick to get into because it picks up right where book 1 ended. I honestly felt like I was just flipping to a new a chapter, instead of starting a new book.

In book 2 we see Michelle as she worries about her future and it continues to follow her father who is still recovering from the incident in Book 1. Her spiritual path is still one that she struggles with on a daily basis. As she is struggling with her family and her faith she begins trying to have a baby with her husband and infertility issues arise. She feels like all hope is lost. But soon together her and her husband come to an agreement about their future. This book really has a touching story. The infertility issues in this book are some that hit close to home for many women and I think this book would be a great read for someone who may be losing faith. Great series so far. I can't put them down. I cant wait to read book 3.

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