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I had the privilege to read the second book in the series, Ryan’s Crossing, by Carrie Daws. I’m so glad I had both books so that I didn’t have to wait too long from finishing Crossing Values to read the sequel. I thoroughly enjoyed them both. As I get to know the characters better and better with each subsequent book, I think I enjoy them more.
What a great storyline for both and I love how the author shows that the actions of one person (their father) affects others (all the children) but in di
I received Ryan’s Crossing in the mail yesterday, and decided to start reading. Within a few minutes I was hooked. This was the first book I read by Carrie Daws but it will not be the last. I found myself asking some hard questions and comparing my spiritually life to Ryan’s. While I have been a christian for many years, I too find myself running away from relationships. This book left me longing for friendships and a sense of community. While I have many acquaintance, the tendency to hold them