The Time Will Come (6)

The Time Will Come – 
Every Thursday l am going to list a book which l really want to read/keep meaning to get to. These are mostly books which have been on my shelf for awhile now but don’t have to be, maybe you got it two weeks ago and really want to read it! Time Will Come is a weekly  meme, hosted by Books for Company.
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Want to join in? 
– Pick a book you have been meaning to read
– Do a post telling us about the book 
– Link the post up in the linky over at Books for Company.
– Visit the other blogs that are participating!
I have had this on my shelf for a couple of years, I picked it up in a second hand shop, but still haven’t gotten round to reading it. Christian fiction is definitely not my thing, but my mum borrowed it & she really liked it, so I need to give it a try. 🙂

The Last Storyteller

by

 One Woman’s Choice, One Family’s Legacy

Taite Abbot has always been a free spirit, and she has the tattoos and piercings to prove it. So when her boyfriend, medical student Sam Wellington, leaves for a fellowship thousands of miles away before he knows she is pregnant, Taite is unwilling destroy his chance of becoming a doctor. Completely unprepared to face parenthood alone, she decides to get an abortion. But without any emotional or financial resources, Taite first seeks solace from her Welsh grandmother, Naini.

Do you remember the stories I once told you, Taite? About the family? …
There were some I didn’t tell you…. Some were too hard to tell.

From the moment the disillusioned young woman arrives, Naini knows that time is running out, both for Taite and for herself. The aging woman must make her granddaughter understand the heart and soul of their family’s ancient legacy. But for Taite to discover the passion and faith that can keep love alive, Naini must tell the hard stories, one last time.

Interweaving a medieval adventure with the dilemmas of contemporary romance, The Last Storyteller draws ancient grace into modern lives through the powerful telling of stories.

Paperback, 384 pages
Published September 21st 2004 by WaterBrook Press

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