The Promises of a new life that have come with spring are touching everyone around Charity Wentworth, but she seems to be left behind. As she looks from a stormy today into an Unknown tomorrow, can Charity release the pain of disappointed hopes and embrace a new life ~ committed to God, heart and soul, for life and eternity? ~ From the back cover of For Life and for Eternity by Elisabeth Allen
I have to say I was sad at when I read The End. I was sad because it was like I was saying good-by to an old friend. Charity Wentworth has become like a friend to me and I was sad that I had reached the end of her story.
This last book in the Charity’s Dairy series was wonderful and exceeded all my expectations. Unlike so many series, the last book was just as thought provoking and faith building as the first two.
I don’t think I have ever read a series that I enjoyed so much. I have read many faith-based books but none of them were as good as this series. Faith building, without being preachy, real, without putting ungodly thoughts into your head, and captivating to the last word.
Thank you Elisabeth Allen for giving the world such an amazing story. You can be sure that I will be telling all my friends about this series.