October 16, 2011

CFBA Book Review: RECLAIMING LILY, by Patti Lacy This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing Reclaiming Lily Bethany House (October 1, 2011) by Patti Lacy MYRA'S THOUGHTS: Patti Lacy never fails to blow me away with her intriguing characters, fascinating settings, and riveting plots, and Reclaiming Lily is no exception! With elegant prose and descriptive details that carry the reader from China to Texas and back, Ms. Lacy weaves a heart-tugging story of a sister's love, a couple's devotion to their adopted daughter, and the strength of a young girl to rise above her troubled past. Definitely a book to add to your reading list! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Patti Lacy, Baylor graduate, taught community college humanities until God called her to span seas and secrets in her novels, An Irishwoman's Tale and What the Bayou Saw. The secrets women keep and why they keep them continue to enliven Patti's gray matter. A third book, The Rhythm of Secrets, released in January of 2011. Patti's, Reclaiming Lily, documents a tug-of-war between a Harvard-educated doctor and an American pastor and his wife for a precious child and explores adoption issues, China's "One Child" policy, and both Christian and secular views of sacrifice. Patti also facilitates writing seminars in schools, libraries, and at conferences and has been called to present her testimony, "All the Broken Pieces," at women's retreats. She also leads a Beth Moore Bible study at her beloved Grace Church and has had a blast planning the September 2009 wedding of her firstborn, Sarah. Patti and her...


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