Tuesday, October 06, 2009

In The Familiar Stranger, author Christina Berry takes the reader on a journey in a marriage that is on shaky ground. Dark secrets from Craig Littleton’s past threaten to ruin his life completely even though he is on that road to destruction before an accident lands him in the hospital with only a fuzzy memory of his past. As his wife Denise helps him to recover bits and pieces of memory, those secrets are revealed. Now they must make choices that will either bring forgiveness and trust or tear the marriage apart forever. Berry’s characters are finely drawn and evoke both sympathy and anger as they travel the path God has set out for them. Will that path lead to a restored love and marriage, or has deceit destroyed all hopes of reconciliation?

This book was sent to me by the author for the purposes of a blog tour. Please leave your comments or questions for Christina. Her next interview will be with
Delores Liesner http://www.deloresliesner.blogspot.com &


Christina Tarabochia said...

Thanks, Martha! Love your compliments and way to go on clearly and conspicuously stating the free copy connection. The FTC would be proud of you! ;)

Melissa said...

I would like to enter to win this book

Cherie J said...

Enjoyed the review and would love to be entered in the drawing.


Carmen said...

Please enter me. This sounds like such a good read!!! Thank you.
desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

Unknown said...

This book sounds great! Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!


Janna said...

I have yet to read this book, but Christina was so sweet at ACFW that I am intrigued. Please enter me.

ryanx6 at msn dot com

Jo said...

I would love to read this book. Sounds a bit different and something with some depth to it.


Deborah M said...

I have heard so, so many good reviews of this book! I can't wait to read it. Please enter me in the contest.
Deborah M.

Peggy Blann Phifer said...

Please enter me into the drawing for this book. I've been hearing greeat things about it. Now I MUST read it.

pbphifer (at) gmail (dot) com

Thanks, Martha