Softly and Tenderly by Sarah Evans with Rachel Hauck

December 20, 2011 profmom

Written with just the right amount of lightheartedness and humor, “Softly and Tenderly” published by Thomas Nelson and provided for review by BOOKsneeze, is a good read and touches upon issues with which each reader will empathize. The collaboration by Sara Evans and Rachel Hauck, provides a second installment of the Songbird Series and is an amusing as well as an introspective story.

Three women in “Softly and Tenderly” become bound together because of secrets which threaten to destroy two marriages. Jade, June (Jades mother-in-law) and Beryl (Jade’s mother) are explicably intertwined by circumstances beyond their control. As they journey together through the storms of life their love for each other strengthens. Follow them as they take a “road trip” to discover that mistakes in their past have been partially responsible for the heartache they now endure and that God still loves them. Enjoy the camaraderie as Jade and June care for Beryl, and Jade begins to understand her relationship with her mother (Beryl).

This reviewer enjoyed the journey as Jade seeks answers to the questions in her life. It definitely leaves an opening for a third book in this series and I look forward to reading “Love Lifted Me” which is in process.

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