Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Lillies in Moonlight

Lillies in Moonlight is a wonderful picture of life in the roaring twenties. A broken young lady, a man scarred by war and disillusionment, and an elderly mother suffering dementia come together to show how God's redemtive grace is more than enough for each situation.

Allison Pittman spins a story with twists and turns and give a realistic look at life in the twenties in America. I had never read this author before and was pleased with the way she tells a story. She elicits sympathy for Lilly, sorrow for Cullen and his mother, and happiness for the way the story turns at the end. There was a little anger at Lilly's mother and the way she treated her, but there are Christian people who live like this. God can overcome any problem, as we see in this delightful book.

This book was provided to me by Multnomah Publishers for an honest review, at no cost to me.

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