Saturday, September 16, 2017
JANET FERGUSON HAS A NEW BOOK RELEASED TODAY!!!!!!
Maggie Marovich couldn’t save her father or her home from Hurricane Katrina, but she’s dedicated her life to meteorology so she can warn others when the monster storms approach. Except…she works three hours inland and rarely risks returning to her childhood hometown of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Both her single-parent sister and the ship pilot Maggie once loved refused to leave the Coast, despite Maggie’s requests. Now a hurricane’s headed toward Mississippi, and Maggie’s sister is seriously injured, leaving Maggie little choice but to head south—into the storm.
The water and tides flow through Josh Bergeron’s veins, and he can’t imagine giving up piloting—even for the love of his life, the infuriating Magnolia Marovich. He tried to move on without her, marrying and having a child. But after his wife abandons him and his little boy, his career choice is threatened by the weight of his parental responsibilities. Moving next door to Maggie’s sister and sharing their child care seems like the perfect set-up. Until Maggie blows back into town.
Being forced to lean on Josh for help washes up the wreckage in Maggie’s faith. Where was God during the destruction of Katrina? Why do some prayers seem to go unanswered? Between the hurricane looming in the Gulf and another gale raging in her heart, can Maggie overcome her past and find the trust to truly live?
IS IT HARD TO FIND OUT HOW A RELATIONSHIP CAN BE RENEWED? FOR MAGNOLIA SHE DOESN'T THINK SO! BUT A LITTLE BOY CAPTURES HER HEART BUT DOES IT HAVE ROOM FOR HIS DAD. A LONG LOST LOVE THAT MAGGIE WOULD RATHER NOT REVIVE. IT CAN BE HARD RENEWING RELATIONSHIPS. I LIKE THAT MAGGIE FINALLY FACED HER FEAR AND REALIZED ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE. THAT NO ONE IS PROMISED THE NEXT DAY AND TO APPRECIATE WHAT YOU HAVE AND WHERE YOUR AT AND WHOM YOUR WITH.
I RECEIVED THIS BOOK AS A GIFT AND ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janet W. Ferguson grew up in Mississippi and received a degree in Banking and Finance from the University of Mississippi. She has served her church as a children's minister and a youth volunteer. An avid reader, she worked as a librarian at a large public high school. Janet and her husband have two grown children, one really smart dog, and a few cats that allow them to share the space.