Janelle Trent has been desperately trying to have a baby. Can she surrender to God when the treatments don’t work?
Kevin Trent loves his wife, baby or not. Can he show his wife that they already are a family? Or, will he walk away, taking with him all their hopes and dreams?
Can two people in love move past heartache to find each other, and possibly a miracle, again? Sometimes we search so hard but are unable to see that we already have Love’s Blessings.
In case you don’t know, MG and me and Joely Sue Burkhart are the Sisters of the Severed Hand. IOW, I can’t really be partial, can I?
So I’m not giving Love’s Blessings a grade. I’m just going to tell you what I liked about it.
It’s an contemporary, inspirational short. That is three strikes against it already, frankly, because I don’t read contemps unless they have para/suspense elements, I’ve never read an inspy before this and I don’t like shorts.
I enjoyed it anyway, for what it is: A short, sweet story about a couple who loved each other but lost sight of it.
It’s not perfect. I think that there’s a little too much of telling rather than showing towards the end. And it’s a little rushed too.
But hey, it’s less than USD1.50. Why not give it a try?
We have an exclusive excerpt below the cut.