A Time to Embrace by Karen Kingsbury
(A Time to Dance Series #2) (Women of Faith Fiction)

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Their whole life together has been a series of miracles. Can they really hope for more?

After overcoming a crisis in their marriage, Abby and John Reynolds are experiencing a season of joy and restoration. For the first time in years they're making time to enjoy life and embrace each other. And John loves his coaching job . . . at least he did until high-school politics make him wonder if it's time to quit.

As they wrestle with that situation, something greater rocks their world. A car accident causes Abby and John to suddenly face a future they never imaginedùall because of one teen's thoughtlessness. Fumbling for forgiveness and hoping for a miracle, they must remember what is important and cling to that above all else. God is moving mightily in their lives . . . if they can just hold on to Him and each other.

The second novel in Karen Kingsbury's celebrated series about the resiliency of love, the power of commitment, and the amazing faithfulness of God.

 

About Karen Kingsbury

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Karen Kingsbury has sold more than 10 million books, including her best-selling titles, Halfway to Forever and Dandelion Dust. She has been a finalist in the Romance Writers of America's Rita award and one of her books was made into a CBS Movie of the Week. In 2001, Karen and her husband adopted three first-grade boys from Haiti. The new additions have blended very well with their three biological children. Karen and her family live in Vancouver, Washington.
 
Published June 27, 2010 by Thomas Nelson. 324 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Sports & Outdoors, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this sequel to A Time to Dance, beloved evangelical Christian novelist Kingsbury brings readers up to date on the trials and tribulations of Abby and John Reyn

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Love and commitment ring true as a football coach and his wife face marital challenges and tragedy.

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One of the very things I loved about the first book — the tension between the characters and the conflict that seemed insurmountable — was not as well developed in A Time to Embrace.

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Coach John Reynolds worries about several issues as the book opens: troubled teens he coaches and teaches, severe criticism of his coaching from parents of the players, pressure to win from fans and administrators, a serious problem with his own son.

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John is still coaching football at Marion High School, and while he really tries to connect with his students and football players he is having difficulty with the team, they had bad attitudes and in general came off cocky,and the parents of the boys are even worse, having lost two of the first f...

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