About Come Eat at My Table:
Karin is a woman with a past. About the time she thinks no one will ever know, it comes back to haunt her. The deeper she tries to push it away the more prominently it returns. Forgiveness is a word that isn’t in her vocabulary as far as the people from her past are concerned. She thinks she’s fine until someone from her past shows up unexpectedly forcing her to think about what happened. With the help of her family and other people around her she realizes that she must learn to forgive, even if forgiveness wasn’t asked of her.
5* review – “This book captivated my heart and soul with the family dynamics and how they worked as a unit. Karin was a submissive wife, a loving mother and a devoted friend to all that needed her to listen to them. The girls were outgoing and sensitive at the same time to their family issues. And the dad was a supportive, loving, provider for the whole family. This book gave great insight for those who do not put their trust in Lord to really look at themselves and where their faith lies. It’s also good for those who have a hard time forgiving others to look at themselves and see where they can improve in this area. It’s a suspenseful book hard to put down waiting to see what happens next. A great book for all to read.”
5* review – “I always consider a book a great read when I find myself delving back into it after I have finished it. This is one of those books. It gives such a unique way of looking at one woman’s relationship with God. Once you start reading, you won’t be able to put it down.”
5* review – “A breath of fresh air is how I would describe this book. As I read, I identified with the problems of the family. I loved how the vulnerability of each character is exposed. Their growth through heartache and pain was so evident and the reality of life so refreshing. What better way to show God’s unending Mercy than in the midst of the dynamics of a typical family; a family unit that could symbolize any family who struggles with day to day secrets and tragedies. It is a must read!”
Links to Purchase Print Books
Link to Come Eat at My Table Print book for sale via author’s website