After Grace Chadwick receives a surprise inheritance from her aunt - a house and a florist shop - she moves in after the funeral. While she doesn't know the first thing about flowers, she sees this an answer to her prayers - the new start she desperately needs.
When Elliot Wallac drops by his new neighbor's house with casserole, he finds the house next door has problems. Damp walls and a sagging floor set his builders senses on alert. But this house needs more than a cosmetic fix; the inspection reveals more extensive issues. Like Grace's spiritual life, the house is suffering from neglect at the very foundation.
With God's guidance, can Elliot help Grace repair her home and her faith before both are condemned?
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Ellen Oceanside
- 28 04 2018
Second chances in love and in faith
Where does Carnations in January rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Very good for a Christian story, giving readers a story of a strong male in his faith and love, that is Christian based.
What did you like best about this story?
How she wanted change and chose a strong role model
Which character – as performed by Lynne Thompson – was your favorite?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
Very good story that came alive with the Audoi book.
- Penelope Marzec
- 17 04 2018
Why Does She Ruin Everything?
Grace thinks her life is a mess. She thinks it’s easier to run away than to face her problems. She doesn’t have any faith in Christians, but then she inherits her aunt’s house and florist shop and meets Eliot, an elder at the church.
I found this an intriguing read. Eliot and Grace feel drawn to each other but each have difficulties from their pasts which keep pulling them apart. A sweet and satisfying story.