[Reading] ➶ An Unexpected Frost By David Johnson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

An Unexpected Frost In The Second Installment Of The Gripping Tucker S Way Series, Tucker Faces The Biggest Crisis Of Her Life.Tucker Has Finally Overcome A Lifelong Fear Of Trusting Others And Let Her Kind Neighbor, Ella, Into Her Heart Despite Their Different Backgrounds, Tucker And Ella Share A Deep Affection And, Together With Their Good Friend Smiley Carter, They Support One Another And Care For Tucker S Three Troubled Grandchildren.As Tucker S Bonds With Ella And Smiley Deepen, Tucker S Grandson Disappears And The Bank Threatens To Foreclose On Her Farm Then The Worst Happens Ella Is Diagnosed With Lung Cancer How Can Tucker Find Her Faith During A Time When God Has Never Seemed Farther Away Revised Edition This Edition Of An Unexpected Frost Includes Editorial Revisions.

10 thoughts on “An Unexpected Frost

  1. says:

    2nd book in the Tucker series and since I don t want to spoil things for you I ll just say I didn t put it down until I finished I laughed, I cried and I felt like I was right there with Tucker, Ella, Smiley and the kids Just a great read I am now well into the 3rd book.

  2. says:

    I was sad to see this is the last book in this series, David Johnson is awesome writer and this series has been almost impossible to put down Ella being a very nice friend and grandmother had to face some serious issues in her life and she depends on her friend Tucker yes Tucker who didnt care about having any friends This book is s...

  3. says:

    I got tired of all of the terrible things that were happening rape, murder, prostitution, cancer, beatings, racism, poverty, a child running away, etc It was just too depressing for me to really like it The first two ...

  4. says:

    Christian bookI hesitate to give this title because I am always disappointed in Christian fiction In fact, I probably would not have read this book if someone told me it was a Christian book It would have been my loss I love Tucker, and wish she was literally in my life.

  5. says:

    That was preachyI read book number two simply as a follow up to the first Not my thing.Still like the character Tucker, a bit.

  6. says:

    Salty year trails.When you desperately want to meet the characters in a story and cry with them through their painyou will want to continue on their journey through life.

  7. says:

    This book was a amazing and also a tearjerker

  8. says:

    A perfect 2nd in a seriesThe second book is amazing The love of God speaks through the characters with such clarity It s simplicity is profound prose

  9. says:

    A special thank you to Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Master storyteller, David Johnson returns with the second installment AN UNEXPECTED FROST, for a riveting and emotional story of faith, love and forgiveness.Meeting Tucker in Book One, with TUCKER S WAY, readers learn the pain, suffering, and tragedy she has encountered in her life However, an unexpected angel, Ella was sent her way A neighbor, friend, and woman she grows to love and respect Two opposites learn from another Now this beloved friend s cancer is back and it is Tucker s turn to help her, to the bitter end and grant her wishes In addition, April is still fragile, March goes missing, and Tucker is in jeopardy of losing her home, due to unpaid property taxes, and no land to sell With the help of good friend Smiley Carter, Tucker, April, and August they all come together to say their good byes, and unexpected gifts are granted for a heartwarming and inspirational story which will make you laugh and cry at the same time If any of you have read my review of Tucker s Way, you will realize my excitement of this series I will reiterate, David Johnson has a gift, as he reaches down and grabs you by the heart and speaks through his flawed characters, as they come alive on the page, and they soon become your best friend as you care about their everyday lives and future As I mentioned in my previou...

  10. says:

    Redemption RevivalTucker wins her salvation, her home, her life back again Is it really possible to simply push through without fretting over yesterday or worrying about tomorrow I am not convinced that Tucker actually lived that, but her life did seem authentic and honest in the moment.