Item description for Redemption by Karen Kingsbury & Gary Smalley...
A BetrayalKari Baxter Jacobs is furious, hurt, and confused. Her husband, Tim, a respected professor of journalism, is having an affair with a student. Stunned, Kari returns home to the Baxter family to sort things out. But when an old flame shows up, she is more confused than ever.
How can Kari forgive her husband? And what about her own revived feelings for Ryan, a man she knows she should avoid? What remedy could possibly ease the pain?
The gifted writing team of Gary Smalley and Karen Kingsbury brings us a profound story of redemption. A betrayal. A broken marriage. Will Kari ever love again?
A story of love at all costs
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook
Studio: Brilliance Audio Lib Ed
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Feb 28, 2005
Publisher Brilliance Audio Lib Ed
ISBN 1593558821 ISBN13 9781593558826
Availability 0 units.
More About Karen Kingsbury & Gary Smalley
Karen Kingsbury is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of over 60 works of fiction and nonfiction with nearly 25 million copies in print. Widely considered America's favorite inspirational novelist, she is best known for drawing unforgettable characters and stories which evoke a range of emotions. Karen reaches over 100,000 women annually through national speaking appearances. She and her husband, Don, currently reside in Nashville, TN.
Karen Kingsbury currently resides in Fairfax, in the state of Virginia. Karen Kingsbury was born in 1963.
Karen Kingsbury has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Redemption?
excellent Nov 4, 2008
The book came on time and i love Karen's books and this is just as good as the rest
Redemption Book 1 Oct 12, 2008
If you like audio books, this is a great addition to the wonderful Christian book series of Redemption about Baxter. My wife and I tried this out because she raved so much to me that I thot we could listen while traveling. BUT, with a single person reading it the characters are not defined enough and so it gets confusing to me. My wife had a hard time following this audio presentation as well. Guess we will just stay with the books which are great!
Hard to leave Sep 9, 2008
The beginning of the book and the subject of betrayal, could have been very depressing but I really wanted to know what the title had reference to. Whether this man could have been forgiven and the turnaround. I didn't see how so it kept me involved. I loved all the good references to family,their times together and their loyalty to their daughter and sister. Very surprising ending. I think it was very well written.
Absolutely spellbinding! Aug 20, 2008
This is one of the most intriguing books I have read in recent years. I was attracted to this series because I know of Gary Smalley's work and found it interesting that he would combine real-life counseling and fictional characters. Frankly, I think it was a genius idea because we are having more people read and discover helps for their own lives because they are willing to read fiction when they wouldn't read other books. I love the way that the main characters seek God's leadership before making any decisions and follow his will. God's way is the best way is driven home by having those who willfully disobey what they know God's will to be and suffer the consequences. I simply could not wait even one night to get the following book when I was through with one. Therefore, I went and bought all 13 available books in the series so I would never have to wait.
disappointing Jun 25, 2008
I am very disappointed with the book. I agree with the original critic - it reads more like a self-help book than a literary novel. The adultery, alcohol described in the book seem very unrealistic and organized to create certain points that the author wants to get across to the reader. I would find it hard to believe if this author has any real understanding of the circumstances that they try to describe in the book.