I recently got my hands on a Silhouette Portrait. I was so excited to get to work with it, but when it finally came I was a little out of my element. I am use to stamps and ink and I felt like an idiot trying to figure it all out. After a week or so I finally got the hang of it and I'm in LOVE! The possibilities are endless and you better believe I am going to make that machine work. :) Anyway off to my first successful project.
Kate Darby is taking a leave of absence to help take care of her
Grandmother Leona. After an accident she
meets Nick, a new Christian, who has made a promise to God he intends on
keeping. Leona, Kate's Grandmother is praying Kate will see God in every part
of her life and all that he has planned for Kate.
Overall, "Until I Found You" is a very genuine story. Throughout the whole story I found myself
saying this is very realistic. My
favorite character from the very beginning was Leona. From the start any part she had in the
book felt real. Her parts were so
heartfelt and it almost felt like a different person wrote those parts. Even though Leona was suffering, she still
looked towards God for help and answers.
Leona wrote letters to Kate about her life to encourage and hopefully
lead Kate to God. The letters were truly
my favorite part of the book. She
described hardships and how she came through them and was still able to have a relationship
It was a little harder to relate to Kate, she was all business. Kate has had a lot of hardships like Leona,
but she doesn't have God to rely on.
This causes her to have trust issues and she seems a little dark at times. In a weird way I liked this because, it
seemed real to me.
Nick was a guy you would want around.
He is real and honest throughout about his feelings. He is an all-around good guy who knows that
Kate needs a relationship with God before they can be more.
“Until I Found You” had some slow spots and it was hard for me to relate to
the Condor parts of the book. Overall, I
really enjoyed it. I felt like the
characters came full circle and they were very realistic.
I was given a review copy of "Until I Found You" from Bethany House, a
division of Baker Publishing Group, in exchange for an honest review.