Nan Rossiter: Under a Summer Sky

I have such mixed feelings about this book It was ood to Fifty Ways To Be Your Lover get to know of the Coleman family from More Than You Know The setting on the Cape is always appealing The story was fine notreat but not bothersome either The bad There were at least eleven significant characters most with biblical names so I was freuently confused It didn t help that in one paragraph Asa Caught on Camera with the CEO got out of bed Noah left the bedroom and Asa went downstairs I muessing that was an editing issue My second problem was with the sledgehammer use of religion I attend church regularly and think the sermons I hear are subtle than the conversations this family has This is the worst book of sentimental slush I have ever read There are so many Wyoming Strong (Wyoming Men, gushing tears I m surprised the pages weren t soaking wet Illness lurks round every character s corner If I could haveiven it no stars I would How it ever Arabian Nights got published is a mysteryFreak Out My Life with Frank Zappa I won this book in a GoodreadsiveawayThis is a wonderfully written tale of a year in the life of a close knit Christian family Even the characters love and devotion toward their pets is heart rending I really fell in love with this sweet family It s a Enchanting Baby (The Birth Place great feelood read I ave it 3 stars because some of our best friends are a priest and his wife and he spends all week preparing a sermon I can t imagine any preacher waiting until SATURDAY and their lives are const. New York Times bestselling author Nan Rossiter transports readers to Cape Cod with a warm compelling story of family new beginnings and finding the courage to love honestly and wellThe old Cape Cod house that Laney Coleman shares with her minister husband Noah and their five boys is usually brimming with cheerful chaos There's nothing fancy about the ancient kitchen or the wooden floors scuffed by the constant parade.

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Oo many work related non fiction I love this one because it is set on my favorite place in the whole US Cape Cod is where I both loved and lost though different from the characters in the story I don t often actively seek out a book with religious underpinnings but this one was just right It brought back familiar Bible verses of faith that ended up comforting me unexpectedly Life is messy The reatest lives aren t always in the throes of love And we never know when our days will end So like in this book we try to build memories and traditions to pass down to Midsummer Night (Lady Julia Grey, generations This is areat summer read Laney Coleman and her minister husband Noah and their five sons two dogs and a cat live in their Cape Cod house surrounded by family and parents each summer The story moves through their lives dealing with joy and sorrow and the reader is assured of teary eyes than once on this delightful journey Very touchingstoryThis novel is a heartwarming story about famiy and faith At its heart is the message to be a part of daily living Life has its ups and downs but God is there to love and support is through it all The story follows the Coleman family through the course of a summer preparing for a family wedding Rossiter weaves a wonderful story about this family of 7 and their love for each other and their extended family It is an emotional roller coaster at timesbut all in all a wonderful read. Hensive about having her home turned upside down She has other concerns too her youngest son is being bullied at school and Noah's father is not the robust patriarch he once was in mind or body As the bride and Always You groom's large close knit familiesather there will be joyful celebration but also unexpected sorrows and revelations and a chance to store up a lifetime of memories during the fleeting precious days of summer.

Antly being interrupted by his congregation A minister spends a lot of time with his congregation Those 2 plot points killed it for me too unrealistic I did love the insertion of scripture and faith into the story though I will try one from her to see if I can forgive the plot flaws Heartfelt What a lovely book It s full of family love and life s ups and downs and the thread of God s love running through it all Under a Summer Sky by Nan Rossiter Life comes full circle and as the Prologue begins and the Epilogue closes a lifetime passes Life is precious and we don t know how long we have Instead of wishing away the meaningless days the characters learn to embrace them Rossiter s books are like being welcomed into a family and as the novels progress you begin to care about the characters Readers cheer during the memorable moments and tear up when heartbreak threatens to destroy their close knit families Love forgiveness and heavenly Wild at Heart (Sons of Chance, guidance center the Noah and Laney s marriage and with faith they canet through anything I found it hard to enjoy this book with so many characters and a storyline that could have been Lucy Carmichael great but didn to anywhere I nearly ave it up but decided to make it through to the end and really regretted it I don t mind a story about faith but really I have nothing nice to say about this book which is such a shame Sometimes you just need a beach book after Of activity and the clicking claws of their two Labrador retrievers It's a place to savor the sea breeze wafting through the windows or sip coffee on the porch before another hectic day begins This summer life promises to be even busier than usual because Noah's younger brother Micah wants to hold his upcoming wedding on their propertyThough thrilled that Micah has found happiness after past heartache Laney is appre.

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