“Wildflowers From Winter” by Katie Ganshert

26 May

“Wildflowers From Winter” by Katie Ganshert

Bethany Quinn is finally at that point where she always dreamed she would be; being a successful architect in the windy city of Chicago, with her handsome lawyer boyfriend. Life is great, until she receives a call from her mother who bears terrible news that lands her back in her hometown in Iowa, the place she’s been running from all her life. After she goes to her hometown another tragedy hits and she is left with her grandfather’s farm, except she isn’t a farmer, she’s an architect so now what to do?

What originally had attracted me to this book was the fact that the main character, Bethany, was an architect, I want to be an architect and so really looked forward to this book. I didn’t learn much about that but, that wasn’t the point, in fact I learned much more important concepts. Bethany hates God and everything he entitles but as we go along with her in the book she learns how great his love is and so do we. There are beautiful scriptures that are also in the book and that make it even better, at least for me. I loved this book, and it is a very easy read, I give it 4.5 starts.

Thanks Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing for providing me with a copy of this book to review. All opinions expressed are mine entirely.

You Can Read The First Chapter And/Or Purchase The Book Here


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