Searching For Roots
Accept Me by Marion Ueckermann is a most delightful contemporary Christian novel and part of the Chapel Cove Romance series. It can be read as a stand-alone but I enjoyed meeting up with familiar faces.
Marion Ueckermann always writes novels that warm and soothe the soul. She draws characters that always move into my heart.
The novel explores the impact of shifting foundations on a life. When all that felt familiar and all that we built our lives on is shaken to the core, what do we do? “If she wasn’t still angry at God, she’d have shot a prayer to heaven.” When life throws us a curve ball, we either move closer to God or further away but He never moves away from us. We need to “let heaven give you the hope you need.” God can take our anger at situations. We need to give our anger to Him and exchange it for His peace. We need to know that “even when we can’t see it, God is good.” God is faithful and He will patiently wait for our anger to subside.
The Greatest Gift
Choose Me by Marion Ueckermann is the most
delightful Christian romance that will warm your heart. It is the fourth book
in the Chapel Cove series but can be read as a stand-alone. I however enjoyed
my return visit to the cove.
Marion Ueckermann writes novels that wrap
around the reader like a cosy dressing gown. Choose Me has some wonderful wholesome characters with huge hearts
bursting with love.
has weighty family issues,
reminding the reader
that every child is
planned by God and come as no surprise to Him, no matter what their earthly
parents think. Parenthood is so much more than just giving birth. Parenthood is
loving and nurturing children to adulthood and beyond.
Transported To Far Away Lands
My Colorful Life by Marion
Ueckermann is a delightful collection of poems that spoke to my soul. With
vivid descriptions, I ‘travelled’ to Ireland and Africa. The detail enabled me
to ‘see’ the landscape and ‘feel’ the African heat.
I had two
favourite poems – The Writer and Words. They appealed to me because of their
detail and subject matter.
Fruit Of The Rhyme by
Marion Ueckermann is a collection of poems about fruit – some exotic, some
everyday. Using personification and imagery, the reader is in for a real treat.
conventional poems, others are in the Haiku style.
I particularly liked
the apple poem with its references to Adam and Eve and Snow White.