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“How do you feel about God, Collin?” “I don’t.” Collin Edwards, a former parishioner at Woodland Church of Christ, has renounced God without apology, his faith drained away in the face of a tragic loss. Daveny Montgomery cares deeply about her relationship with God and the community of Woodland. But lately she's been in a rut, longing for something to reignite her spiritual enthusiasm. A beautification project at Woodland seems the answer for them both. Daveny spearheads the effort and Collin assists—but only with the renovations, and only because he wants to know Daveny better. Despite his deepening feelings for her, even stepping into the common areas of the church stirs tension and anger. Can Daveny trust in Collin’s fledgling return to faith? And can Collin ever accept the fact that while he turned his back on God, God never turned his back on him?
Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence Finalist, 2011
firstname.lastname@example.org (Sunday, 21 April 2013)
Everything that Marianne Evans writes is a blessing to all who read it and Hearts Crossing is no exception. This sweet story caught my heart and
squeezed tight from start to finish. It is simply a beautiful love story. I was so lost in the characters, cheering for them and breathless to see
what would happen next, that I could not put it down. This book is a first in the Woodland series, and I highly recommend adding all four Woodland
Series books to your must-have reading list. You will be blessed by each and every story!
Donna B Snow (Friday, 14 October 2011)
A wonderful story, start to finish!rnrnThe introduction alone is heart-wrenching. The pain, the loss, the searching for God through suffering, the
seeking to understand - the groaning we all feel in our hearts at one time or another - it all comes through the words Ms. Evans has written
here.rnrnAs attraction zings between Daveny and Collin you can feel the energy. The emotions are pure. The wide eyed wonder of love as it blooms is
just a pleasure to behold.rnrnAnd not only are the characters wonderful, and the emotions raw and tangible, but her words are a feast for all the
senses. The sights, the smells, the flavors of all they share become a part of you.rnrnAnd lastly, but most importantly, the message is truly solid
gold. From the weight of guilt creating a wedge with God, to His wonderful mercy, grace, and forgiveness - I dare you to read this story and not have
God touch your heart.rnrnWonderful job, Ms. Evans, I c