I highly recommend the book, “Waiting for Butterflies” by Karen Sargent. Once I started reading, I could hardly stop.
Have you ever been gifted a “sign” from a deceased love one? I am reminded of the time we had a butterfly attend our wedding ceremony. I have always believed it was a gift from my father-in-law, or a “hello from heaven” on our wedding day. If you believe in the power of a mother’s love for her family, and a child’s innocence, you will enjoy this story.
A mother’s love never ends–not even when her life does.
Karen Sargent creates characters whose imperfect faith collides with real-life conflicts, taking readers on a journey through grace and redemption to discover enduring hope. A romantic element is woven within each story. In addition to writing inspirational novels, she blogs at The MOM Journey, where moms aren’t perfect and that’s perfectly okay. Her writing has been featured in Guidepost’s Angels on Earth magazine and on ForEveryMom.com and ModernSimplicity.org, When she is not writing, she teaches high school and college English and resides in the beautiful Arcadia Valley with her husband and two daughters.
Thank you to Karen Sargent for my free copy of the book to review. I truly enjoyed it!