Borrow Lean on Me to join the United States book club, Together We Read, running February 19 – March 4. Check out our bonus materials:https://togetherweread.com/us/discussion
“The most empowering story line of a family tied together by the power of unconditional love.”
First in an emotional, poignant romantic women’s fiction series from acclaimed inspirational romance author Pat Simmons.
No one should have to go it alone…and God sends the right person for backup. Every caregiver needs a caregiver.
Tabitha Knicely is overwhelmed with caring for her beloved great-aunt, whose dementia is getting worse. Aunt Tweet may be losing her memory, yet she finds her way to Tabitha’s neighbor’s front porch. When Marcus Whittington accuses Tabitha of elder neglect, he doesn’t realize how his threats to have Aunt Tweet taken away add to Tabitha’s pain.
Then Marcus gets to know the exuberant elderly lady and sees up close how hard Tabitha is fighting to keep everything together. He can’t walk away, knowing she needs someone to care for her. Drawn to Marcus’s tender side, Tabitha begins to lean on him more and more. Aunt Tweet not only rediscovers Christ, she unknowingly leads the couple on their own spiritual journey with a surrender of hearts to each other and God.
“An inspirational story of a family in crisis.”—Michelle (Goodreads) for Harlequin Junkie
“A heartbreaking, heartwarming Christian story of caring for a loved one. The books makes you think long after the last page.”—Gail Herrmann (Goodreads)
Together We Read is a Digital Book Club that is featuring participating libraries in United States.
During this two-week program, there will be no waitlists and no holds for the selected ebook. Download Libby to borrow the free ebook from your library using your phone or tablet
BOOK THOUGHTS :
This book is a sweet read that displays the concept of unconditional love. The book give readers a story of love and dedication to family through the eyes of her caretakers her nieces . . Though I enjoyed the book and reading about a real life illness the story was just too close to perfect and sweet for me. Readers who enjoy sweet happiness during a challenging situation, and no real suspense or drama would love reading this book. GO CHECK IT OUT AT THE library. lISA