Thursday, August 10, 2017

Miracle Road Book Review

I was super happy to start Miracle Road: An Eternity Springs Novel by Emily March which was the next in my very big stack to read.  At the same time, I decided to go through the whole series and write up the drafts of the blog posts to include the beginning, the picture and the summary from Amazon.  I got a bunch up and scheduled them to get posted one day after the next with the hope that I would get them all read before the dates and post the different things on my blog.  I find it helpful to have the draft there so that I can just click and quickly do my beginning and end of the post so that I am not so far behind when I am posting these reviews.  I hope that it helps but I am currently two reviews behind so it isn't working great.

After tragedy strikes his team, college basketball coach Lucca Romano arrives in the haven of Eternity Springs to reassess his life. Even a winning record and big offers can’t dent the wall of guilt that Lucca has built around himself. Nothing can—except maybe a vibrant new neighbor who won’t give up on him.

Schoolteacher Hope Montgomery believes in miracles. She has to believe—because giving up would mean crumbling under the greatest loss a parent can endure. Hope understands Lucca’s suffering; she lives it herself every day. However, the high school team needs his coaching expertise, so she sets out to draw him from his cold, solitary shell and into the warmth of life in their small Rocky Mountain town. But when a weak moment leads to consequences that shake Hope’s faith, it’s up to Lucca to put aside his heartache and show the teacher that here in Eternity Springs broken hearts can heal—just in time for Christmas.

I was excited to get to this book and get to know more of the Romano family.  This has been so interesting to get to meet some new and some old characters in the book series.  This book has Lucca and Hope as the main characters.  Hope is a very positive person who has tons of negative things happen to her through her life.  Her marriage fell apart and she lost her child and she moved to Eternity Springs to rebuild.  Lucca is going through his own loss with a horrible bus crash with his basketball team and loosing three players.  They are both trying to rebuild their lives in this quiet small town but both are having a tough time getting over the past.  I hope that you check out this book and others in the series to enjoy the wonderful town of Eternity Springs and see how the characters overcome their own obstacles to grown and change.  I have enjoyed each book more then the last and I hope that you do too.

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