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GIVE-A-WAY OF "NEED YOU NOW", by BETH WISEMAN

Hi friends, I am having a Give-A-Way!

"Need You Now", by Beth Wiseman. I am reading this book now for review and I am loving it!! It is unlike anything I have read by Beth Wiseman. I just love her work, but there is something very special about this book.  It's a book that will grab your heart!

All you must do to enter is leave a comment under this post, along with your email, so I can reach you. The winners will be announced Friday, April 20. Yes, I said, winners!! I have two copies to give a way thanks to B&B Media Group and Thomas Nelson

Now, come on and enter!! Happy Reading!

Here is a little about the book:

When big-city life threatens the safety of one of their children, Brad and Darlene Henderson move with their three teenagers from Houston to the tiny town of Round Top, Texas.


Adjusting to small-town life is difficult for the kids, especially fifteen-year-old Grace who is coping in a dangerous way.


Married life hasn’t always been bliss, but their strong faith has carried Brad and Darlene through the difficult times. When Darlene takes a job outside the home for the first time in their marriage, the domestic tension rises.


While working with special needs children at her new job, the widowed father of one of the students starts paying more attention to Darlene than is appropriate. Problem is, she feels like someone is listening to her for the first time in a long time.


If Darlene ever needed God . . . it’s now.


Experience a family’s triumph over lies, betrayal, and loss while still clinging to the One who matters most.


“You may think you are familiar with Beth’s wonderful storytelling gift but this is something new! It’s a story of how God can redeem the seemingly unredeemable. It’s a message the world needs to hear.” —Sheila Walsh, author of God Loves Broken People

Comments

Mystic_Mom said…
I will have to check this out! Thanks.
LissaLou said…
This does sound good! Maybe this could be the book to get me out of my reading funk??? :)
Robin Prater said…
You girls will love it!!
I love Beth Wiseman! Would love a chance to read this book :)
Diana Gardner said…
I would love to win a copy.
ladydianajg@yahoo.com
Donna said…
I am anxious to read this book by Beth as I love her Amish fiction and was wondering how you would do as a contemporary Christian writer. Your review cinched it for me.... thank you so much!!!!
dmh5858@msn.com
Anonymous said…
I love Beth Wisman books and would love to win. It sound great thanks for the giveway Jennie the_tabers@comcast.net
Kim Moity said…
I love Beth's novels. It would be so awesome to win a copy of her newest one. Fingers crossed! :)
kamoity@yahoo.com
Regina said…
I love Beth Wiseman's books. I have this book on my wish list. I am anxious to read her newest book. It doesn't matter if it is Amish or contemporary.

Blessings to everyone!

fujitanis3@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS BOOK. LOVE BETH'S BOOKS.debbiemosley44@hotmail.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to have a new book to read.
quiltenbea@Yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to win this book! I love Beth Wiseman's books! bkzellers@comcast.net
annagonzales said…
My curiosity is up! I've been reading nothing but amish books for the past 2 years. I'm looking forward to reading this book. I hope I win!
Dorothy Stacy said…
I LOVE all of Beth's Amish Books and am anxious to read this one. I would love to win it.
Anonymous said…
Thanks for the chance to win! I'm looking forward to reading Beth's new book. Also recently read "Love on the Line" by Deeanne Gist. So much fun! Loved it.
Kathy
Email: khsa[at]hotmail[dot]com
O Norman said…
Love all of Beth's books. This one sounds different than the Amish ones but I know it'll be good.
O Norman
onorman@wilkes.net
Brenda Stimely said…
Sounds great! I would love to be entered in the giveaway. Thanks. brendon8@bellsouth.net
Anonymous said…
I would love to read this book, it sounds so inviting
elaineteach_2000@yahoo.com
Carolyn Prince said…
Love her other books, can't wait to read this one
Anonymous said…
Love, love, love this! Would love to win!
Thanks for the chance!
Susan Ferrell
susan828(at)hotmail(dot)com
Anonymous said…
I love all your books. I'm curious to see how your new book is. I'd really love to win it!
mary ellen ashenfelder said…
Looks very interesting. Please enter me in the give away. Thank you very much.
meashy@verizon.net
Leah Hammack said…
I can't wait to read this. Our Bible Study this next 6 weeks is on Micah 6:8.
sandy said…
I love all of Beth's books. They are such an inspiration. This is the only one I haven't read yet.
sandy.rutkowski@gmail.com
Mary Jane said…
....to win a book is always good!
So enjoy reading books that take you away and have good heart felt love that you feel with the characters of a book.Mind candy. Thanks for the chance to win.
selahwoman@gmail.com
Sandra Beck
Leah Hammack said…
I forgot to leave my email leahhammack@yahoo.com
Donna said…
I love all your books and would love to read your new one. The stories are just wonderful and the characters
are to. I can hardly wait for your new books to come out.
donnacat@ptd.net
Anonymous said…
Yep would love to win a copy of your new book .Thanks ,Dana M Spille
jashbk@earthlink.net
Anonymous said…
Would love to read this book. Thanks for the chance to win
Anonymous said…
So I have only read Beth's amish fiction books, but this does sound good. I think I need to open my heart to this book and read it too. Great opportunity here to get my feet in by having a chance to get this book. Thank you
Anna Sanford
anicka2178@yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
Lived in Fort Worth area for 12 years. Love Texas. Love books. jscott8080@yahoo.com
pol said…
Thanks for sharing your thoughts today on this book, it is one on my TBR list but havent got it yet so would be great to win.
Paula O(kyflo130@yahoo.com)
leeswa said…
I love all of your books! Thanks for the chance to win one! Lisa MacNeil hsrmom@msn.com
Anonymous said…
rwould love to win this book. love beths work.ladydipap@yahoo.comr
Wendy said…
I love Beth's books! I would love the chance to win one, thank you.
wendee2150@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
I love the writing of Beth Wiseman. I have already purchased and read several of her books and look forward to more in the future.
barbiesteele@msn.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to win!!! Always looking for new books to read.
quiltenbea@yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to win...I am a big book fan of Beth Wiseman's...her books are so inspirational......love em......Linda McFarland babyruthmac16@yahoo.com
Mimi_7 said…
I'd love to read this book !! thanks for the chance..
Leej_7@charter.net
Anonymous said…
I would love a copy! Anivet4@aol.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to receive a copy of Beth's new book. I have read all the other ones, usually in one day cause once I start she has me hooked and I can't put it down. :D Then the long wait until the next in the series is released. It is so refreshing to read a great book, without cursing and explicit sexual content. I feel very comfortable sharing it with my granddaughter(who is 13)to read after I am finished. Thank you so much Beth!!
Cindy Pessia
mcjp@verizon.net
ida said…
I would love to win this book. I love reading Beth Wiseman's books. God Bless you and your family.
My email is Houswife@gmail.com
Becky said…
I would love to win this book. I am a new fan of Beth Wiseman! Thanks, Becky
rayandbecky72@yahoo.com
Susie Gaines said…
Beth always has a lesson for all to learn in her books. She is a blessing from God.
puglovernky2@msn.com
Anonymous said…
I would feel very honored to receive this book by Beth Wiseman. She has a special place in my heart for the beautiful talent she has as an author. She is so down to earth and makes one feel as though they are part of her creative writing.
Bobbe Hadley
oceanpearl@q.com
Anonymous said…
Please let me win I need new reading material please
Oh awesome thank you for this chance to win this book
tiggeruo@gmail.com
Roger & Patty said…
Thank you for this fun give-a-way.
God Bless!
Patty (rogerpatty2@yahoo.com)
Unknown said…
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Unknown said…
Would so love a chance to win one of Beth's books. I love her books!
I read a clip of the book and loved it.
Cheryl Baranski

Baranski1987@gmail.com
Lisa E. said…
I've been reading through Beth's Amish books and have loved every one. She's a wonderful author! I'd love to win this!

followsjc[at]yahoo[dot]com
O Norman said…
I've loved all of Beth's books. I'm sure this one will be good too.
O Norman
onorman@wilkes.net
Judy said…
I would love to win a copy of this book. I have read every single one of Beth's Amish fiction books and from what I've read and heard this is a great, great, read! Thanks for giving away 2 books so there will be 2 winners!

Blessings!
Judy
sweetpea.judy(at)yahoo(dot)com
Shona Neff said…
Hey, I've not read any of her books, but you have me TOTALLY intrigued. Sign me up!!! shonaneff@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
Thank you for the AWESOME giveaway this book is on my Wishlist so hope I win. Please enter my name in the hat.
Angelsofmyeye (at) yahoo (dot) com

I'm also new to your blog and love what you do. Thanks :) Have a Blessed week
Anonymous said…
We live near an Amish community and I enjoy very much reading about their culture - good, clean books. Thank you for sharing.
Chastity said…
I love new books, ;) chastitylandon1224@hotmail.com

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