Sweet Sanctuary by Sheila Walsh and Cindy Martinusen Coloma






Wren Evans is a small town librarian who wants the best for her son, Charlie.  She's afraid of dating again.  And she is dismayed when her grandmother shows up wanting Wren to get together with her estranged siblings and throw her a ninetieth birthday party.  But, as she faces trials, she grows closer to God and realizes that He is always with her.

I will admit that I really didn't like this book when I started it.  It seemed dark and rather depressing.  Wren has one trial after another.  It almost seems a little exaggerated.  As the book went on, it was a little more interesting.  And, by the end, I was enjoying Wren's character and was interested in the story line.  Despite a rough beginning, I think I would say I enjoyed the book enough to recommend it as a good read.


I received a free copy of this book from BookSneeze.  All opinions expressed are entirely my own.