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Precious in His Sight: An inspiring novel of…

Precious in His Sight: An inspiring novel of faith, family and forgiveness

by Karen Pashley

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This very touching story will reach the hearts of many in various situations of life. This is a straight-forward account of only a few of life's challenges, no matter how "good" one tries to be.
Sugar had the "fairy-tale" life...A husband who was her best friend who loved and adored her, who in return was loved and adored by his wife. He was a very successful partner in an Architect firm, providing a more than substantial living for his family. They were both very involved in their church, had two wonderful, loving children, and many friends. Never would Sugar have any doubts of her husbands loyalty and love until the impossible happened!
This is a story of a family's struggle with the damaging effect of hypocrisy and infidelity. What would the Lord have them do? The impossibility of Sugar ever trusting Clay again was tearing them further apart. Daniel - their son - was filled with anger and disgust towards his father. Miranda - although crushed - was trying her best to forgive and put hr own dreams aside to avoid added pressure on her mother. There was no seemingly possible way to envision a positive outcome.
The reader will experience various feeling and thoughts, depending on his/her situation in life. This is a book which will surely have an impact on all who read it.
The main problem with the story, I felt, was at times it was slightly beleaguered and allowed the reader's interest to drift.
*This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review, of which I have given. ( )
  LAWonder10 | Jun 16, 2016 |
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"betrayal, heartbreak, and reconciliation with unrelenting themes of grace, forgiveness, and Christian duty"--Publishers Weekly
The story of one determined wife, her guilt-ridden husband, and the other woman, whose struggle may set them all free . . .

What if your husband was cheating? What would you do? 

Feisty, tenacious, and adorably flawed, Sugar Brennan is fiercely committed to her family, her traditional Christian values, and her spotless reputation in her affluent Southern community. When she discovers her husband Clay has been unfaithful, Sugar is determined to right the wrongs in her life. 

Then Clay's former mistress returns to Westfield with devastating news, posing a heart-wrenching dilemma that challenges Sugar to rethink all she's believed about faith, family, and the healing power of forgiveness. 

She's been raised in a preacher's home, taught to love her enemies. 

She's got the fish sticker on her car and a collection of good works under her belt. 

But . . . reach out to the woman who nearly destroyed her marriage? Surely God wouldn't ask her to go that far.

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