Callie: The Women of Valley View Volume 1 by Sharon Srock [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

She can’t escape the mistakes of her past…

Callie Stillman has done everything she can to bury the memories of a tiny, baby-sized coffin. She lives life one day at a time, basking in the love of a good man and doting on her grandchildren. Until she crosses paths with a little girl who is obviously in trouble—but tries to hide it.

They can’t trust anyone…

Iris and Samantha Evans are living on borrowed time. Deserted, orphaned, betrayed, and deceived, they need rescuing in the worst way.

He’s praying for a miracle…

Steve Evans had his life changed by God. A reformed drug addict, he’s searching for the family he abandoned ten years ago…

When Callie can no longer ignore the signs that Iris needs help, her interference sends four people on a collision course that will force her to face the past she’d rather forget.

Callie is Book 1 in the Women of Valley View series. Other books include:

Terri
Pam
Samantha
Kate
Karla

REVIEW

This is a quick read with plenty of depth of storyline & character development (back stories).  Wonderful uplifting Christian fiction!  I feel like I know these people and want to develop deeper relationships with them. I can’t wait to read more of  Srock’s books.

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I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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