I was first introduced to Cynthia Ruchti a few years ago and I have eagerly looked for her new releases ever since. Each story I read leaves me wanting to read more and more of her books. As always, I was instantly swept away into the story from the first pages. One of the biggest reasons I love the books by Ruchti is because she writes raw and honest stories. She’s not afraid to open up the emotions of her readers and take them on a journey they never really expected to take.
A Fragile Hope tells the story of a marriage that is facing a disaster. Josiah doesn’t think his marriage could possibly be in jeopardy. He was a fixer of other marriages. His own marriage was okay. Except it wasn’t. His wife was not happy and found many reasons as to why her marriage needed help. It isn’t until his wife is in an accident that he is forced to take a hard look at his own marriage and his own wife, and even his own life.
I found Josiah really hard to like in the beginning. He was annoying and it bugged me that he just couldn’t truly see his wife and acknowledge her feelings and thoughts. As the story kept unfolding, though, I began to grow a soft spot for Josiah. I think if readers are honest with themselves, they may see a little bit of Josiah in them, too. I appreciate fiction books that make me think about living a godly life and shows me some sin in my heart that I need to deal with.
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