Falling for You Again

Falling for You Again Gary Portnoy said in the Cheer s song lyrics, You wanna be where you can see, our troubles are all the same, You wanna be where everybody knows Your name In the small town of Tranquility everyone knows everyone s business, but that is not always a bad thing Here you will find characters that are experiencing real every day problems Falling For You Again is book 3 in Gary Chapman and Catherine Palmer s Four Season Series This series tackles four seasons of marriage Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter in a realistic setting of life Fans of Gary Chapman s bestseller, The Five Love Languages, will appreciate this fictional series.This book specifically tells of the Autumn season Charlie and Esther are experiencing They are the couple the town admires they seem to have it all together Esther is in charge of the women s club She is like the town s mother hen aware of everyone s business Their children are grown and gone They have worked hard on their 50 years of marriage, but they find themselves struggling during this next stage in their life The changes of growing older and redefining your relationship with your spouse, when it has become just the two of you again, can bring about times of insecurity and fear It is also a time when you learn to love your spouse all over again, warts and all Charlie and Esther have always been there for everyone else, now it is time for the town to support them.This book personally brought home the season that my own parents are in right now We, the grown kids, are in the middle of raising kids We tend to long for the retirement years when it is just the two of us again This season is also a time of change that can be scary This is a book that would be wonderful to read while curled up under a blanket with a hot drink It is that type of feeling you will have while traveling to Tranquility. Loving this series Just so good. Another excellent book in this series Gary Chapman Catherine Palmer do an excellent job of giving you an excellent story with helpful hints on things to do in your marriage as well There are some sad spots in this story, but they are there as a teaching moment If you are going to read this book I would recommend starting with the first book It Happens Every Spring second book Summer Breeze since this book is a continuation of the story As with the first two books I could easily see this book being turned into a movie I am planning to start the fourth book Winter Turns To Spring later this week.Also, if you are interested in joining the Tyndale Rewards program follow this link It is a wonderful way to find new authors earn free books.www.tyndalerewards.com signup pc 8bb This being book 3 of the series, I m pretty attached to the characters and how they have progressed through their relationships Without spilling any details, let me just say, I was crying I don t know if I ve ever cried at a book before I previously read this in book format This one is audio It s easy to become friends with these characters from the very first book and feel a part of their lives and neighborhood You feel the love here and the sense of belonging The characters are real and face real life issues Can you almost feel their joys and pains, their happiness and grief Something strange is happening with Esther Moore She is blaming Cody for her misplacings and mishaps Pete is still pursuing Patsy Cody s heart is still for Jennifer Autistic though he is, he still has such wisdom Brad is stuck on himself and his marriage with Ashley is suffering Should the addition become a nursery as Ashley wants or a garage as Brad is set on Charlie commits to helping Brad with the addition and tries to talk sense into the younger man Esther and Charlie help Ashley with her bead business Much to Patsy s delight, Brenda prepares to open her own business Bless Your Hearth at the mall where Pete and Patsy have their own businesses A momentous event takes place almost at the end of this Four Seasons installment, causing happiness or sadness, I dare not say. THIS SUMMARY REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST ANY PERSONAL NOTATIONS ARE FOR MY RECOLLECTION ONLYAlittle preacy that the other two A high 3 This book specifically tells of the Autumn season Charlie and Esther are experiencing They are the couple the town admires they seem to have it all together Esther is in charge of the women s club She is like the town s mother hen aware of everyone s business Their children are grown and gone They have worked hard on their 50 years of marriage, but they find themselves struggling during this next stage in their life The changes of growing older and redefining your relationship with your spouse, when it has become just the two of you again, can bring about times of insecurity and fear It is also a time when you learn to love your spouse all over again, warts and all Charlie and Esther have always been there for everyone else, now it is time for the town to support them It s easy to become friends with these characters from the very first book and feel a part of their lives and neighborhood You feel the love here and the sense of belonging The characters are real and face real life issues Can you almost feel their joys and pains, their happiness and grief Something strange is happening with Esther Moore She is blaming Cody for her misplacings and mishaps Pete is still pursuing Patsy Cody s heart is still for Jennifer Autistic though he is, he still has such wisdom Brad is stuck on himself and his marriage with Ashley is suffering Should the addition become a nursery as Ashley wants or a garage as Brad is set on Charlie commits to helping Brad with the addition and tries to talk sense into the younger man Esther and Charlie help Ashley with her bead business Much to Patsy s delight, Brenda prepares to open her own business Bless Your Hearth at the mall where Pete and Patsy have their own businesses Esther and Charlie have been married for nearly fifty years Big changes occur when Esther drives the car off the back of the carport and into the backyard, when she begins to forget things and accuse others of doing things behind her back, when the doctor says her arteries are clogged and need to be cleaned out Charlie discovers things about Esther he never expected. This is the third book in the Four Seasons series Charlie and Esther Moore are the focus of this segment They have been married for almost 50 years and have had their ups and downs like all marriages do The authors take us inside their lives and share some of the ways they got through difficult times and how they have been able to keep their love alive for so long.The story also includes some updates about other Deepwater Cove residents including Pete Roberts, Patsy Pringle, and Brad and Ashley Hanes All of the characters are well developed and have flaws that remind us of people we are likely to encounter in our everyday lives.As with the other novels in the series, there are some great blessings to take away from this book. Charlie And Esther Moore Have Been Married Nearly Fifty Years When The Contented Life They Ve Built Together Begins To Crumble Esther Has Been Forgetful Recently, But It S Rarely A Problem Until The Day She Puts Her Car In Drive Instead Of Reverse, Flying Off The End Of The Carport And Into The Backyard Esther S Accident And Declining Health Shatter Their Reverie, And The Couple Must Come To Terms With All The Paths Their Lives Have Not Taken If They Ever Hope To Pull Their Marriage Out Of Winter As Always, The Quirky Characters Of Deepwater Cove Will Pop In And Out Of The Story And Delight Readers This Is The Third Book In A New Fiction Series From Best Selling Authors Gary Chapman And Catherine Palmer, Based On The Marriage Principles Found In Gary Chapman S Nonfiction Book The Four Seasons Of Marriage Each Book Includes A Study Guide That Talks About The Four Seasons Of Marriage And The Healing Strategies Depicted In That Particular Storyline Usually, when it comes to reviewing a book near the middle or end of a series, I say something to the effect of, If you enjoyed the previous entries, you ll like thisbut, if you didn t, then avoid this That somewhat applies to Falling for You Again, the penultimate entry in Gary Chapman and Catherine Palmer s Four Seasons literary tetralogy however, this is different for one very important reason a shocking ending I won t give it away here, but, as in real life, it seems to come out of nowhere, and it was surprising for a novel that had been light hearted up to that point to end in such a way Don t read this if you ve recently undergone a personal tragedy, no matter how much you liked the previous two volumes. Esther and Charlie have been married for nearly fifty years Big changes occur when Esther drives the car off the back of the carport and into the backyard, when she begins to forget things and accuse others of doing things behind her back, when the doctor says her arteries are clogged and need to be cleaned out Charlie discovers things about Esther he never expected.This is the third book in a series of four I enjoyed this book and the peek into the lives of the inhabitants of Deepwater Cove I plan to find and read the other three books in the series.I own this book It was a gift from my husband.

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Catherine Palmer lives in Atlanta with her husband, Tim, where they serve as missionaries in a refugee community They have two grown sons Cathy is a graduate of Southwest Baptist University and holds a master s degree in English from Baylor University Her first book was published in 1988 Since then she has

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  • Paperback
  • 284 pages
  • Falling for You Again
  • Catherine Palmer
  • English
  • 14 September 2018
  • 9781414311678

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