Ryan's CrossingThe Crossing Series - Book 2
Meeting the family his sister is marrying into brings more questions. Maybe nearby Portland is the better choice, but something about Crossing calls to him. Is it the friendly people or the cute brunette who happens to be sister of the groom?
As Ryan weighs the pros and cons, He decides to put God to the test. But what if Ryan doesn’t like the answer?
From Sherry: I enjoyed every moment of Ryan’s Crossing. As the second book in the Crossing series, it scampered off of a
Positive underlying messages and lessons about relying on God are seamlessly sewn into the book but aren’t preachy or overwhelming. It’s a book you can read just to enjoy the engaging storyline or you can walk away with a renewed sense of faith, trust, hope and the importance of a relationship with God. I was blessed by both. I absolutely fell in love with Brittany; caring, spunky, intelligent and grounded in her faith. She was easy to love and her `humanness’ was OH so relatable.
In the midst of crazy, busy life it’s refreshing to lose yourself in another story…another place. It was exactly the break I needed over the Thanksgiving holiday. The only frustration I have is that I can’t actually sit down to Faye’s table for a meal. Just one meal is all I ask! 🙂 In a few years, my husband and I plan to build a home on land we own, a homestead for our family to gather and create a lifetime of memories. Faye’s love of family and her welcoming hospitality and warmth are the stuff our `ranch home’ dreams are made of.
Well done Carrie! I am very much looking forward to Romancing Melody and can’t wait to see where the next story takes us. Knowing that it has a military thread woven in makes me look forward to it even more!
From Lindon: Being the historical, non-fiction kind of guy that I am, especially since I have only read one other fiction book cover to cover in my life, says a lot for Carrie Daws’ new book Ryan’s Crossing. As I took in the depth of the storyline and the unapologetically Christ-centered theme, I enjoyed this novel about the many life circumstances revolving around the central figure “Ryan” as he seeks to find his purpose and learns to hear from God in a very special way (I won’t give it up here). I highly recommend this great read to anyone, especially young people who desire to learn more about their past, live in the present and seek to find
~Lindon and Sherry Gareis, authors of Declutter Now!