Amaryllis Journey by Konnie K. Viner
Updated: Oct 7, 2020
About the Book
Book: Amaryllis Journey
Author: Konnie Viner
Genre: Christian Fiction/Romance
Release Date: July 23, 2020
You’re worthless, Shannon. This marriage is worthless. I deserve to be happy. We’re done!
Andrew’s cruel words have haunted Shannon for months . . . through the divorce, a move to a new town, a new job, new friends. And then she meets Max, who just might be the antidote she needs to recover completely. Until Andrew shows up again, ready to reconcile. And Shannon feels obligated to give him another chance.
As Andrew’s attention becomes more demanding and more deceptive, Shannon’s new friend, Rose, speaks truth and peace into her broken life. But Rose has her own secrets, and they’re about to catch up with her.
When it all comes crashing down, can either of them trust God enough to let Him showcase the perfect imperfections of their lives?
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My Thoughts. . .
I really enjoyed the setting in this story. The little shop called, The Amaryllis, with all the beautiful flowers and imperfect pots was a place I really wanted to visit. While you were there you could step into Rose's Tea Cozy and enjoy a hot beverage and fresh-baked scones while sitting at "thankfulness tables" and engaging in "conversation starters". There was a lot going on with the characters that kept me trying to figure out what was going to happen. There were also plenty of secrets to keep me turning the pages. Occasionally, I had trouble following the story as it lacked some action on the part of the characters. Several times they "moved" from one scene to the next so abruptly that I was pulled away from the story to figure out if I had missed something. Although I have experienced the heartbreak of betrayal and divorce, I didn't feel like I really connected with the characters. I did enjoy Rose's character, though!
I was given a copy of this book for free. I was not required to give a favorable review nor was any money received for this review. All comments and opinions are my own.
About the Author
Konnie Viner writes with the goal of helping others find hope in the midst of brokenness and disappointment. She is also the author of Rested Soul, Resilient Heart (2017). Konnie holds a BS in Education from the University of Kansas and an MS in Business Management from the University of Redlands, CA. She is a former secondary education teacher and is currently self-employed.