Thursday, August 6, 2020

Review of "Finding Destiny" by Emma Easter





Like the characters in her stories, Emma Easter juggles a range of identities.

In the low-income community where she works, Easter is known as a family medicine physician who treats patients of all ages and backgrounds, including those who've been historically under-served by the healthcare system. But it's less known that she's also experienced life on the opposite end of the stethoscope as a cancer patient, now in remission.

College friends see her as an accomplished musician, having studied and mastered five classical instruments--but behind closed doors, she's just as comfortable rocking an air guitar to Creed. And when she isn't giving her heart, soul, and sanity to her three young children she's indulging in her most secret identity of all: meeting new characters, crafting fresh plots, and exploring every corner of her imagination.
Across all these different roles, one cohesive thread has tied everything together: her faith and love of Jesus Christ.

    You can reach her at EmmaEaster.com


INTRIGUE, ROMANCE AND THE LOVE OF GOD – AUTHOR OF THE SISTERS OF ROSEFIELD, EMMA EASTER, INTRODUCES A NEW SET OF FLAWED AND LOVEABLE CHARACTERS IN THE DESTINY SERIES.

On Pre-Order-Publish Date Aug. 19th- 99c

After a horrific incident with her former husband Mike Cadwell, Davina Brooks is left a widow. She became free to pursue a relationship with her childhood sweetheart, the tall, brawny, and bearded town sheriff Daniel. Daniel, however, has a bit of a temper and struggles with intense jealousy, which makes Davina often question their relationship.
When Davina gets an offer to become an actress and move to Los Angeles she has to decide what is more important, her relationship with Daniel, or her new dream…






MY REVIEW

Daniel and Vina have been friends ever since childhood and are finally engaged to be married. Then things are turned upside down when Trent and his movie company come to Fallow Creek to shoot a movie. Vina who has feelings of finding her own path in life and second thoughts about marriage is torn. There is a lot of tension and confusion while Vina figures things out. Where does that leave Daniel? You will have to read the book to find out. 

The book is filled with uncertainty, forgetting or not listening to God's path, and second chances for true love.  Another good read from Emma Easter.

I received an ARC from the author and voluntarily choose to review it. All opinions are my own.



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