I used to be very particular about always reading a book series in order, and never reading the second before the first. Gasp! Not any more. Now I’m glad to just have the time to read.
Every Sunrise is book seven in the Home to Heather Creek series and I had absolutely no guilt about reading it before the other six. The story did not make me feel like I was missing pieces; it is a complete story in and of itself.
What is the story?
The bleak winter days make February on Heather Creek Farm a test of endurance, and as winter wears on, Sam becomes more and more withdrawn and unhappy. Bob is busy planning a surprise for Charlotte, and Christopher is excited about a local writing competition, while a Valentine’s Day flower from a secret source lifts Emily’s spirits. But when Sam disappears from the farm one night, chasing a memory of the father who abandoned them all, Charlotte and Bob need all the help—and prayer—they can get to bring him home safely. This broken family needs God’s help like never before, but their trials remind them all that every sunrise brings a new beginning.
A lot of love, a lot of concern, a lot of prayer, and a lot of day-to-day work. That is what makes up Charlotte’s life. My favorite character is Maggie that runs the youth center even though she only has a small part. All of the characters seemed real to me. I could easily picture going to a small town and meeting them.
To find out more about the author Tricia Goyer visit her blog here. While you’re there you can leave a comment and be entered to win a copy of Every Sunrise.
This book tour is by Litfuse Publicity. I need to let you know that the books come in a series and you can order those at this link. However, if you just want to order Every Sunrise you must call the customer service number (1-800-431-2344).