Monday, November 12, 2012

Book Review: Whispering Cypress

                                              Today's review is on Whispering Cypress by B.J. Robinson

Whispering Cypress is the third book that I have read by Robinson, and I have to say that this award-winning author has inspirational Christian writing down to a science. The way she weaves loss, love, suspense and drama while her characters maintain faith in the Lord is exceptional.

In today's busy world it is often difficult to maintain a strict commitment of going to church every Sunday, at least that is the case for me. But picking up one of Robinson's wonderful books reminds me that He is always there for me.

Robinson's books are well thought out and well written with characters you can't help but to fall in love with; sometimes with the "bad" guys too.

You can see a bit of BJ in all of her books. Whether the characters have a strawberry batch or just have a loving dog by their side. Either way, you can see how much love she has for her work and for her God.

Another successful hit with Whispering Cypress!!

5 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon

Book Description: via Amazon

You'll never have peace here. Leave the past where it belongs, or it will ruin you.

Spring Showers stared at the cutout newspaper letters pasted on a sheet of typing paper. Her heart pounded harder than any nail gun, and she placed her hand over her chest as if to still it. Nothing about the rundown campground prepared her for such a threat. Who could possibly care if she restored it?

After a decade of no contact, she purchases the campground a man from her past dreams of owning and hires him to repair and remodel the cabins. She still has feelings for him, and the sparks are still there -- smoldering like embers from a left-over campfire. A male friend from the city visits and trouble brews. A girl is attacked. Hackett is arrested. Did authorities arrest the right man? The girl is pregnant -- who is the father?


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