Stormi's Review: Heaven Shining Through by Joe Siccardi
REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: Xulon Press RELEASED: March 27, 2018 GENRE: ROMANCE, SHORT STORY LENGTH: 74 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
Throughout her life, she had a rocky relationship with her mother – and now her mother is all she has left.
Through a nostalgic look back, Samantha recognizes the presence of God in an ordinary life. She learns more about herself as a wife and mother who has had her share of sorrow and blessings.
As her faith increases, she is able to see her mother through new eyes, leading to reconciliation …and is reminded of that every time she sees Heaven Shining Through. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Samantha and her mother do not have the best of relationships. This is a fast-paced story that gives the reader a sudden and deep romance, a deep loss of a husband, the journey of grief for Samantha and her kids, and then later, a last minute relationship with her mother. I loved this story. The romance of Chad and Samantha was beautiful. The loss she faces tore my heart out. The ending and the relationship she builds with her mother bringING this book a tender ending. I will be honest and say I was bawling for about half of this book. It is so well written and so touching I couldn't help but shed the tears. The relationship between Samantha and her mom hits home with me deeply. I can relate greatly to her and her feelings as a young girl and later on in life as a mother. Overall, this book was short and very heart-wrenching. People need to read this but don't forget the tissues.