Review: The Desire

The Desire (The Restoration Series #3)Title: The Desire

Author: Dan Walsh, Gary Smalley

Series: The Restoration Series #3

Pages: 336

ISBN: 978-0-8007-2150-3

Genre: FICT, Contemporary Fiction

Short Book Description:

Can faith build a bridge between their dreams?

For two years, Allan and Michele have been trying to have a baby. The emotional ride has been taking a toll on their hearts–and their relationship. Michele is obsessed with researching fertility treatments while Allan seems content to spend his time–and their money–on supporting displaced children in Africa. Something’s got to give. But they both hope it’s not their marriage.

Still, God has a plan for Allan and Michele that they could never have imagined. And all it takes to set it in motion is a change of heart . . .

My Thoughts:

Since reading the first book in this series, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the rest of the series; unfortunately I do not own the second book yet, but I hope to get it soon.

I felt that I could really relate to this book and the main character, Michele, and her health issues and concerns. These concerns of hers are something I face every day, hoping and praying that they aren’t true.

This book was really well written and though out. It brought out many things that are happening around the world and even here in America. It especially brought out the poverty that is so abundant in third world countries.

Every book I’ve read by Dan Walsh and Gary Smalley has inspired me to live more fully in Christ and to be an inspiration to others. I can’t wait to read the last book in this series and any more that both authors come out.

Other books in this series:

  1. The Dance (March 2013)
  2. The Promise (August 2013)
  3. The Legacy (April 2015)

Click below to purchase this book at your desired location:

Barnes & Noble

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.  Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.


Posted on September 15, 2014, in Contemporary Fiction, FICT and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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