About the Book
Book: Path to Grace
Author: Cheri Swalwell
Genre: Christian Women’s Fiction
Release Date: October 20, 2022
Everyone knows that Ariana does not get rejected.
Used to getting her own way, Ariana grew up having her daddy wrapped around her little finger—and he still is. As an adult, she goes through life expecting that all men will give into her whims. When the one man she sets her sights on won’t give her the time of day, Ariana is truly baffled.
Matt avoids Ariana whenever possible. The young woman has no way of knowing that she reminds Matt of his mother and the heartbreaking memories that he worked hard to bury. If Matt has his way, there won’t ever be a reason to discuss the issue.
But when Ariana’s life is turned upside down, and rumors about Matt could destroy everything that he’s worked so hard to achieve, it will take a heavenly amount of grace to prevent history from repeating itself. Will Matt and Ariana accept God’s plan for their lives?
If you like wholesome fiction with a faith-filled message, explore the Path to Grace, the fifth book in the heartwarming Redemption of Green Pines series today. Each book can be read on its own, but they’re best enjoyed when you read them as a full series!
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About the Author
Cheri Swalwell is a Christ follower who thoroughly enjoys her calling to be a wife, mother, writer, podcaster, and speaker, in that order. Cheri loves to encourage people through her fiction series and many nonfiction books including devotionals, Bible studies, and compilation books. Interested in receiving encouragement 365 days a year right in your inbox?
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More from Cheri
Have you ever thought about how different two siblings’ lives could turn out, even though they were raised by the same parents in the same household? Two sisters, one the middle child and one the baby of the family. One always considered “less than,” the other the golden child … until she’s not.
Book 5 in The Redemption of Green Pines series, Path to Grace, shows us what happens when one sister has been favored her whole life, until she falls off the pedestal due to one mistake.
Join the community of Green Pines as life unravels for Ariana. Will her siblings rally around her despite how she treated them her whole life, or will she be left on her own to figure out what to do now?
If you’d like to read the whole story, I’d suggest you start with Book 1, Adventure’s Invitation, but if you’re simply curious about the differences Wynn and Ariana face, I invite you to start with Book 4, Road to Freedom, and get introduced to Wynn and what her life is like living in the same household as Ariana, her baby sister, and Randy, her big brother. I’m pretty sure it’s nothing like you imagined it would be.
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Texas Book-aholic, September 13
Locks, Hooks and Books, September 14
Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting, September 15
The Book Club Network, September 16
Gina Holder, Author and Blogger, September 17 (Author Interview)
Christina’s Corner, September 17
Abba’s Prayer Warrior Princess, September 18
Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, September 19
Bizwings Book Blog, September 20
For Him and My Family, September 21
Where Crisis & Christ Collide, September 22 (Author Interview)
Mary Hake, September 22
Cover Lover Book Review, September 23
Pause for Tales, September 24
Susan K. Beatty, Author, September 25 (Author Interview)
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I would recommend this book, with caution.
There are times, okay, a lot of times when the book becomes preachy and too heavy-handed with the Christian emphasis. I am, I believe, a devout Christian, but when I read fiction, I want the story and the faith to be interwoven carefully.
I am also disturbed by the severe criticism of traditional churches. I hate to say it, but the world right now could use a little fire and brimstone. The God of the Old Testament is just as real as that of the New and for an author to say that these older churches didn't even know God and their adherents might not be saved...whoa.
The romance itself is lovely and I could fall for the hero. I was surprised there wasn't more to the plot line, but the lesson is good.
Readers: How do you prefer your faith to be interwoven with the story?