A Thousand Tomorrows by Karen Kingsbury

Posted 26 October, 2009 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in / 2 Comments

Cody’s a rodeo star. Ali’s a rodeo star. Neither want love. Cody was abandoned as a child by the one person he needed most. Ali has a terrible secret. They can’t deny the attraction building between them. But can Cody let down his walls and let love in, and will Ali risk love even with the secret she carries? Can they both accept what is God’ will and still have a thousand tomorrows?

This is a wonderfully written story. God certainly spoke through Ms. Kingsbury’s hands in this book. You need ten boxes of tissues just to get through the first half of the book! It makes you want to reach out and hug Cody and Ali and be there for them. You won’t soon forget the wonderful workings of God and the characters who become like family by the end of the book.

This book is getting high praises from me. It’s a book that I didn’t want to end or put down. But I know I can close my eyes and remember the words in the book and the characters and it’s like I am right back there reading the book all over again. Well done and two thumbs to the queen of christian fiction!

*This book was from my own collection*



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