Friday, March 1, 2013

Book Review: WAITING FOR MORNING by Karen Kingsbury

 There are good books, and then there are really good books. Karen Kingsbury’s Waiting For Morning is one of those really good books.

 Hannah Ryan’s husband and two daughters were on their way home from a camping trip when a drunk driver collided with their car, killing Hannah’s husband and oldest daughter.

 Consumed with grief and hate for the man who destroyed her family, Hannah spends every minute pursuing the prosecution of the drunk driver to the fullest extent of the law, hoping that by putting him behind bars she will find peace again. Meanwhile, devastated by the loss of her dad and sister, Hannah’s surviving daughter Jenny battles depression and grief alone.

 When a police officer remembers her husband’s dying message, will the letter he sends Hannah contain the truth that will set her free? And will Hannah realize that Jenny needs her love and support, before it’s too late?

 Have tissues handy! Waiting For Morning is a story of hope and forgiveness that will touch your heart and stay with you for a long time. This book was excellent, well-written, and I would not hesitate to recommend it.

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