ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Other books by Kathryn, A Promise to Remember was a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers Book-of-the-Year in the Women’s Fiction category, and Waiting for Daybreak was a finalist in Women’s Fiction for the Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award.
Leaving Yesterday, her third novel, was a finalist for the ACFW Carol Award.
Now her fifth book, Another Dawn, has arrived in stores, and I’m very excited about it!
On the homefront, Kathryn has been married to Lee for over twenty years now, and their two daughters are currently braving the worlds of junior high and high school. They’ve lived in Santa Barbara for the last nineteen years. It’s a beautiful place and Kathryn feels blessed to be there (although a seventy degree Christmas still leaves her dreaming of a white one—or at least a colder one!)
ABOUT THE BOOK
Shoal Creek seems more backward than ever after her years in California, and it's hard to find organic food anywhere. When the unthinkable happens and her son is diagnosed with measles, Grace's fears over modern medicine take a dangerous turn.
Worse, the town has fallen into quarantine and its residents focus their anger and blame on Grace. She is alone and scared, until one brave woman chooses to reach out a hand of forgiveness and mercy. But when the outbreak takes a life-threatening turn, will Grace be able to forgive herself?
If you would like to read the first chapter of Another Dawn, go HERE.
MY THOUGHTS:This was a very good book, it's a book than can stir up a lot of controversy since it's a very personal subject. At times I felt a little uncomfortable while reading Another Dawn, Grace is a very protective mom, bordering on over-protective I know a few people like Grace and I think I related my own experiences to the story line. On one hand, you can fully understand why Grace lives the way she does given her past, but yet it's easy to see the feelings of those whose children are affected by Grace's decisions. All in all I enjoyed this book, it's a very good story to show how decisions affect people, and how we need to remember to look at both sides of the picture, especially when there really is no right or wrong, just our own thoughts and beliefs.
**I received a copy of this book in exchange for review from CFBA.