Bookanista Review: The Healing Spell

WOOT!! Welcome to another installment of Bookanista love!!! It’s a really great line-up this week, so be sure to check out everyone’s posts.

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This week’s Bookanista love features the following:

Now, on to my Bookanista Shout out… THE HEALING SPELL by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Release Date: July 1, 2010

Basic Blurb: (from Amazon)

Twelve-year-old Livie is living with a secret and it’s crushing her. She knows she is responsible for her mother’s coma, but she can’t tell anyone. It’s up to her to find a way to wake her momma up.  

Stuck in the middle of three sisters, hiding a forbidden pet alligator, and afraid to disappoint her daddy, whom she loves more than anyone else, Livie struggles to find her place within her own family as she learns about the powers of faith and redemption. Livie’s powerful, emotional, and sometimes humorous story will stay with readers long after the last line is read.

Set in the lush bayou of Louisiana, Kimberley Griffiths Little brings Livie’s story to life with power and grace.

Cover:

 

 

 

Totally gives the feel of the setting, doesn’t it?

 

 

 

 

Fav Line:

There were some things that couldn’t be undone, no matter how sorry we were later.

Why I liked it:

This book was written with such a beautiful authenticity.  It has strong characters and a great storyline. Definitely a good read!

Where you can find it:

3 thoughts on “Bookanista Review: The Healing Spell

  1. Hi, Christine! I’m so happy to have discovered you through this morning’s tag surfing adventure! With a three-year-old granddaughter who we’ve discovered is incredibly gifted, I’m ordering your Emotional Intensity book, primarily for my daughter and son-in-law but also for me. Our little girl has definitely taken us into uncharted waters in our family.

    On another note, when my Separation of Faith becomes available (by end of August) I will let you know. I’d love to have your Bookanistas take a look.

    All the best to you for continued success. –Cheri

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