Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Cherished - A Book Review

I love the escape of fiction. It's helpful for me to mix preferably hilarious fiction with serious books on a regular basis. I do not limit any of my reading to the Christian market, although religious fiction has improved considerably in recent years. Kim Cash Tate returns with her second work with Cherished. This is the story of two very different women coming together to forge a friendship out of uncertainty. Identifying with the characters was easy and the story was interesting. Kim's future is bright in the world of fiction and this title is proof. Enjoy this book and then go back and pick up her first novel Faithful.

*For Thomas Nelson

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