What a pleasure it was to listen to this beautiful story as an audio book! I read this book at the very end of last year and can now say that I loved it just as much on audio as I did in print. The narrator did a good job of reading the story and doing different voices for the various characters. I had such a fun time catching up with Davis and Joy, as well as Rivers and Cooper from a previous book. Even if you haven’t read the other books in the series, you should be able to pick up this audio book and enjoy it on its own.
If you would like to read my original review of the ebook of For the Love of Joy, click here.
I received a complimentary copy of this audio book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Years ago, a Dear John letter and then an IED explosion overseas rocked Davis Donnelly’s world and left him unclear about his marital status. He’d signed divorce papers, but broken mentally and physically, he’d never bothered to find out if his marriage actually ended. Now that he’s about to start a new position as an outreach minister, it’s time to settle things once and for all. At the moment he tracks down his wife—or former wife?—she takes a tumble while chasing a little boy. Her son. And that’s when life flips upside down.
Joy Jennings Donnelly made her share of mistakes. But one thing she never considered a mistake was her child, and she’ll do anything to protect him. Even keep his paternity a secret.
When she’s suddenly injured with not a soul to help her or her son, Joy is forced to rely on the man who has the most reasons to hate her.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Janet W. Ferguson is a Christy Award finalist and the FHL Readers Choice Award winning author of realistic inspirational fiction. An avid reader, she loved books so much she found a job as a librarian so she could be around them all day. Then she turned that love of story into writing faith-filled novels with characters who feel like best friends. You’ll laugh and cry as the quirky heroes and heroines chase their happily ever after.
Janet and her husband live in Mississippi where they say y’all a lot, and she forces him to visit the beach as often as possible. They have two grown children, one really smart dog, and a cat that allows them to share the space.