Book Review: Ryan's Crossing by Carrie Daws
|5 stars, 1 review|
Author: Carrie Daws
Publisher: Ambassador International
inspiring! a must haveRyan's Crossing is the sequel to Crossing Values, which I HIGHLY recommend reading!
As I began to read Ryan's crossing, once again, it was not easy to put Carrie's masterpiece down!
Carrie Daws has a unique gift! Each character she brings to life, giving her audience/fans, a full representation of their significance even if they have flaws.
Ryan had gotten word that his parents had finally found his sister who had been on the run for ten years. And now she was getting married? He wanted answers! He had been hurt deeply when she left, which left him incapable to trust no one.
Like Amber (from Crossing Values), he would move from place to place. Never permitting a soul to get close to him and if he felt that someone really wanted too, that's when he would pack up and move on. Despite this, now he was on his way to Crossings, hopefully to find the answers he needed!
Trepidation and hope muddled around in his head. Amber haunted his thoughts hence he was on a mission. Never expecting the mission was really about HIM!
Could Amber give him the answers he wanted? Could he trust his parents? Why were they all of a sudden being so kind? And who was this new family Amber had grown so fond of?
Ryan's arrival in Crossings altered the course of his life! He never expected he would be willing to let his guard down and cautiously allow people in. Could he really have the joy and happiness he saw in Amber, his mother and father, additionally could he allow Amber's new extended family to break through that tough exterior he felt he need to protect?
Ryan finds more questions than answers as he spends time in Crossing's. His world changes along with his attitude. He feels love, and loved on…but will this be enough to get Ryan through the challenges he faces during and after his brief stay in Crossing?
You'll have to read "Ryan's crossing" to find out! But just like in "Crossing Values" there is an unsuspected surprise that touches your soul!
Thank you Carrie for sending me a free copy of this wonderfully written, inspiring book so I could review it! I can't articulate just how deeply your stories bless me. [by Rev. Lorrie J. Sims]
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