Shine Like Dawn [ebook / Pdf] By Carrie Turansky

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And the duty of repaying an old debt to the Lounsbury family But years of separation between Nate and Maggie have taken a toll and Maggie struggles to trust her old friend Can Maggie let go of the resentment that keeps her from forgiving Nate and reconciling with God Will the search for the truth about her parents' death draw the two friends closer or leave them both with broken hear. I m excited to share this new English historical novel with you I loved learning about Northumberland England in the northeast corner near Scotland which is the setting of this novel It was a fun challenge for me to learn how to include a mystery along with the family drama romance and inspirational themes It was hard to put my characters through all the trials they faced in this story but I hope that will make it even meaningful for you my wonderful readers I hope you enjoy Shine Like the Dawn Happy Reading Her Small-Town Hero years of separation between Nate and Maggie have taken a toll and Maggie struggles to trust her old friend Can Maggie let go of the resentment that keeps her from forgiving Nate and reconciling with God Will the search for the truth about her parents' death draw the two friends closer or leave them both with broken hear. I m excited to share this new English historical novel with Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you I loved learning about Northumberland England in the northeast corner near Scotland which is the setting of this novel It was a fun challenge for me to learn how to include a mystery along with the family drama romance and inspirational themes It was hard to put my characters through all the trials they faced in this story but I hope that will make it even meaningful for Promises in Tumble Creek you my wonderful readers I hope Mischief and Marriage you enjoy Shine Like the Dawn Happy Reading

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Shine Like Dawn

In a uiet corner of northern Edwardian England Margaret Lounsbury diligently works in her grandmother's millinery shop making hats and caring for her young sister Several years earlier a terrible event shattered their idyllic family life and their future prospects Maggie is resilient and will do what she must to protect her sister Violet Still the loss of her parents weighs heavily on. This is my favorite Carrie Turansky book yet And I ve enjoyed all her novels In Shine Like the Dawn Turansky has uite simply outdone herself with the characters the setting and the themeI love Maggie as a heroine in part because of her spirit and personality and in part because she s not from the wealthy privileged class She has strength than she realizes and faith than she thinks she does She s also had to face loss than anyone should ever have to especially one so young Yet despite these tragedies she remains friendly to everyone whether wealthy or servant and keeps a tender heartAs I ve mentioned there is a lot of loss that the characters must deal with But faith and romance are both woven naturally and sweetly through the pain In fact Maggie and Nate are my favorite romantic pairing of all of Carrie Turansky s novels their childhood friendship simmering into something is truly delightful and made me smile than once Additional romantic subplots in the background of this novel are also uite sweet and add dimension to the supporting charactersThe theme of trusting God with what hurts with what we don t understand is so tenderly conveyed through Maggie s uest to find out the truth behind her parents death Her grandmother s wisdom Nate s affection and the Reverend s insight all work together to form a thread that seamlessly supports the rest of the story with gentle but profound and important truthBottom Line Shine Like the Dawn is Carrie Turansky s best novel to date With a vividly drawn setting lovable characters and even a little mystery and historical tension you will certainly find it difficult to put down once you ve started reading The tender message of trusting God with even the most painful parts of our past is sweet and sincere never preachy and the romance will steal your breath It s a stand alone novel but I for one wouldn t mind returning to Heatherton for a visit or two should the author feel so inclined I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this booksee my review at Reading Is My SuperPower

review Shine Like Dawn

Her heart as she begins to wonder if what happened that day on the lakemight not have been an accident When wealthy inventor and industrialist William Harcourt dies his son and Maggie's estranged childhood friend Nathaniel returns from his time in the Royal Navy and inherits his father's vast estate Morningside Manor He also assumes partial control of his father's engineering company. A good solid enjoyable historical fiction I definitely enjoyed Maggie and Nate s story and had trouble putting it down The Edwardian setting particularly sparklesI didn t like Maggie s sneaking around to try to gather her evidence I get that she s feeling some unforgiveness toward the Harcourts and that Mrs Harcourt has been outright hostile but I still didn t think how she obtained the journals was uite believable Also her strong willed attitude bothered me several times Her redeeming trait though is her great love for her family and friendsNate seems to want to think the best of everyone and at first he struck me as being pretty much a simple happy go lucky guy who rather bounces through life But he is actually a man of deep thoughts and his keen sense of justice pretty uickly comes into playas things begin happening in the townOverall a very enjoyable read and one I will be happy to recommendThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free review copy Favorable opinion not reuired


10 thoughts on “Shine Like Dawn

  1. says:

    This is a historically sweet Christian romance convoluted with a mystery stemming from the death of Margaret Lounsbury's parents and oldest sister in a boating accident It is set in England and conveys the times of the era This young woman experiences a multifaceted number of emotional challenges She is responsible for her youngest sister under the alleged fear of rejection again from her childhood friend and her lack

  2. says:

    About this book “Separated by an inconceivable tragedy can faith and love reunite childhood friends and light the way to a bright future? In a uiet corner of northern Edwardian England Margaret Lounsbury dilig

  3. says:

    This is my favorite Carrie Turansky book

  4. says:

    Reviewed at The Power of Words drama has always been a favorite of mine and Carrie Turansky does this genre well Of all that I’ve read by her Shine Like the Dawn seemed to especially resonate with me and just might be my favorite so farNorthumberland of Edwardian England in 1903 is vividly conveyed pulling me right into the setting Characters are fleshed out and we get to journey through their spiritual devel

  5. says:

    A good solid enjoyable historical fiction I definitely enjoyed Maggie and Nate's story and had trouble putting it down The Edwardian setting particularly sparklesI didn't like Maggie's sneaking around to try to gather her e

  6. says:

    Spoiler includedShine Like the Dawn was a mixed book for me I loved the beginning but then slowly started losing interest until the very end where I completely lost interest and found it rather boring There simply wasn't a really good wow factor ie I wasn't surprised with the results With all the different and diverse characters I hadn't thought that a completely random brother would be thrown in to be the villain What I did fin

  7. says:

    Shine Like the Dawn was such a lovely story set in the Edwardian era with a little romance and just a dash of mystery and suspense The faith themes were utterly beautiful challenging and uplifting with depth and sincerity I love no

  8. says:

    I truly enjoyed this story than any other I've read by Turansky Something about the opening chapter drew me in and I didn't want to put it down Maggie and Violet are such wonderful characters and well developedT

  9. says:

    I'm excited to share this new English historical novel with you I loved learning about Northumberland England in the northeast corner near Scotland which is the setting of this novel It was a fun challenge for me to learn how to include a mystery along with the family drama romance and inspirational themes It was hard to put my ch

  10. says:

    I admit I was a little disappointed but not very It was a great story I think my enjoyment was a wee bit lessened by it being an audiobook though I might read it again when I can get it on Kindle or paperback and like it even better

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