Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Pilgrimage of Promise - Review
Broken promises, enduring love...
A dusty stack of unopened love letters forces Bo and Mona Beth Miller to revisit a part of their past they’d rather leave buried–especially in the face of death. Only as they retrace history will they learn the truth about the shattered promise that threatens to come between them. But can their relationship endure the deception and sabotage they unearth, or will the experience compel them to trust more fully in the promises that never fail?
This book is part of a series. I haven't read them all, but it isn't necessary to enjoy and follow this book. The more familiar you are with the characters the better - but reading the rest of the books would be like icing on a very good cake.
This was a bittersweet story. It seemed more true to life than some. We watch Bo and Mona Beth go through a series of bumps in the road on their way through life. We also watch them grow as people as they endure the trials. In the end there is a strength and beauty that wouldn't have been possible otherwise.
I want to thank the author for my copy. Her generosity in no way influenced my review though.