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The Sky Beneath My Feet by Lisa Samson

What is the best thing to do when there are so many choices to make, so many options to chose from, that you can’t made a choice at all? Sometimes the best thing to do is just get away from it all. Then we might have the clarity to make a choice after all.

Beth is a mom of two married to a minister in large church. But her husband has been presented with a ministry opportunity and decides the best thing to do is to seek God’s will by locking himself in their shed for a month. This leaves Beth alone to answer for him and take care of their two boys by herself. All of this is while she was supposed to be on vacation in Florida. Will their life and marriage ever be the same again?

I was eager to read Lisa Samson’s latest novel and I was not disappointed. The combination of humour and a realistic woman struggling through realistic problems is always a satisfying read for me.  I also enjoy how the ending isn't perfect or idealized in any way. It is real and that is what makes it work for me.  I highly recommend this book and any other of Lisa Samson’s books.

I was given a copy of this book by BookSneeze in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review.


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