Out of the Ashes (Out of Africa Series Book 1) by Michele Pollock Dalton

 Out of the Ashes (Out of Africa Series Book 1) by Michele Pollock Dalton

This book was well composed, very steady and had some extraordinary highlights that will make a reader go gaga for the material.

I observed this book to be moderately paced, however, I truly valued the manner by which it swung to develop into something delightful.

Catherine is my preferred character in this book. She displayed some gracious features that will make anybody fall in love with her. Her agonies and fears are things that got to me to such an extent. Regardless of whether those were some negative things; I cherish the manner by which I can feel all of her feeling through this material.

The children inside the book were another character that one can love effortlessly. Their essence helped up the most scene. They were a much-needed refresher considering the tension and tragic vibes the book gives here and there.

I truly understand the fact that Christian Romance books can be mushy which is tiring at times. In any case, I adore the way that the book did not focus on two people who were continually kissing or making out to speak to their adoration for one another. Love was represented as forgiveness, sacrifice, selflessness and understanding.

I truly delighted in the book with an expectation the following book will be comparable to this one.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Publication Date:  July 18, 2018
Length: 318 pages
Genre: Historical Christian Romance Fiction
Book cover: 3.5 Stars
Book Rating: 5 Stars


Synthesis of  Out of the Ashes (Out of Africa Series Book 1)

John Brandt is a man on the edge of professional burnout and personal self-destruction. Can the sweet innocence of the new neighbour help Johnny find the peace he has been seeking so desperately? 



Fragile Catherine Kavanagh is grieving and alone with nothing but faith and determination to sustain her. Will the boyish charm of the neighbourhood Casanova be able to break through the fear and heartache that clouds Catherine’s future? 


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30 comments

  1. Sounds like an interesting book. I like books that have a series so you can always look forward to reading more.

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  2. This sounds like my kinda book. I will definitely check it out, i am looking for a good read.

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  3. When I saw the title I remember Danaerys Targaryan from GOT as shes queen of ashes now bit your review proved me wrong.. the books sounds interesting and perfect for me to check out.

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  4. Christian Romance book! That a first for me the cover looks interest and from your view it seems it can be interesting to read.

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  5. This sounds like an interesting book. I am always looking for new books to read on the beach, and I like the plot of this one. I might buy it.

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  6. This looks like a really good book. I love Christian romance.

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  7. Wow, this book looks great. I love the cover, it really got me curious. I'll check it out.

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  8. I love the book cover and it sounds like and interesting book to read. Will check it out.

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  9. Never heard of this genre...Christian romance book. Sounding interesting.

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  10. Sounds like a good book. I will have to check it out.

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  11. Sounds like a good book that I will have to check out for myself.

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  12. Sounds quite interesting! I love to read such books that have a series. The storyline seems a bit different I have to check this out. Thanks.

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  13. Oooh this definitely sounds like a series that I'd like to read! Will have to add it to my Goodreads list!

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  14. Sounds like an interesting book with an interesting plot line.Thank you for sharing.

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  15. It seems like a great read. I just shared summer reads the other day. This would be great to add

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  16. This looks like an interesting read. I'll definitely check it out!

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  17. I never read any Christian romance novels ever. But this seems nice

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  18. As I got older, I've realized that there are books that I used to love that I can no longer tolerate. This one however seems interesting.

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  19. Sounds like a good read! def something people should put on their summer read list!

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  20. Never read much on this genre. But this sounds like an interesting read.

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  21. I know that Christian books can be a bit mushy. It's good to know that they focus on more things about forgiveness.

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  22. This sounds like a good read. Thank you for letting us know it was not mushy and kissing from cover to cover lol. That does get old!

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  23. Thanks for the review! I haven't read a series in a while. I still have the Fire and Ice to tackle.

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  24. The second one looks interesting. Continue reading as to movies nowadays are from books lol

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  25. The book is of my interest will check it out. Sounds interesting.

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  26. The books sounds interesting. I love reading novels. The story is intriguing, would love to read it soon.

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  27. These looks a great book I would definitely check this out!

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  28. Sounds like a good book! I will add it to my summer reading bucket list!

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  29. A Good book and a cup of coffee, its enough to suit me

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  30. looks like a great book for me to read over the weekend.

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