[Epub] ❥ Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2) By Catherine Palmer – Dailytradenews.co.uk

Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2) pdf Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2), ebook Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2), epub Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2), doc Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2), e-pub Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2), Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2) 3c368e7bbd0 In Book Two Of This Fiction Series Based On The Best Selling Non Fiction Book The Four Seasons Of Marriage, Readers Meet The Blended Family Of Derek And Kim Finley Kim Has A Set Of Twins One Boy And One Girl From Her First Marriage Luke Has Recently Been Diagnosed With Diabetes, And Lydia Is Acting Out As A Result Of The Attention Now Being Showered On Luke To Complicate Matters, Derek S Overbearing Mother Comes To Live With Them With All That S Going On In Their Lives, Kim And Derek S Communication Begins To Break Down And Their Marriage Slowly Moves Into Winter Although The Second Book Will Focus On Kim And Derek, Readers Will Also Encounter All Their Favorite Characters Patsy Pringle, Pete Roberts, Steve And Brenda, Esther And Charlie As Well As Some New Ones, Like The Proprietor Of The New Sandwich Shop That S Moved In Next To Patsy S Beauty Parlor


10 thoughts on “Summer Breeze (Four Seasons #2)

  1. says:

    The light hearted drama that started in It Happens Every Spring continues in Summer Breeze, the second outing in Gary Chapman and Catherine Palmer s Four Seasons literary quadrilogy Although pretty much all the characters are from the premiere novel, the focus is on a different family mom, stepdad, two preteen twins, and an overbearing mother grandmother mother in law As usual, the struggles are there, and they are presented in a realistic yet tasteful way Those who enjoyed It Happens Every Spring will find plenty to like about Summer Breeze.


  2. says:

    This sure had a ton of arguing and yelling for being an inspirational book category.


  3. says:

    While I thought the inclusion of someone who is not Christian was a nice touch, I really was not pleased with the intolerance It was okay otherwise.


  4. says:

    A little disappointing due to some loose ends toward the end of the book.


  5. says:

    Tons of winning and preaching


  6. says:

    These books are so cute They have a Mayberry feel to them.


  7. says:

    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 ONLYPersonal Note I liked the first book better.The light hearted drama that started in It Happens Every Spring continues in Summer Breeze, the second outing in Gary Chapman and Catherine Palmer s Four Seasons literary quadrilogy Although pretty much all the characters are from the premiere novel, the focus is on a different family mom, stepdad, two preteen twins, and an overbearing mother grandmother mother in law As usual, the struggles are there, and they are presented in a realistic yet tasteful way I really liked the characters, especially Cody, Pete and Patsy, but some of them I did not enjoy Kim s children were rude and disrespectful and it helps that it is revealed why early on in the book but I did not enjoy them as characters until the book was almost over I enjoyed reading the references to Steve and Brenda s marital troubles that were the focus of the first book since I didn t read the first book I also liked that at least one couple were firmly on the right track and able to help the other couples I dislike the in law story line in most media because it s predictable and seeing the disrespectful behavior between the two family members is really irksome to me This book was no exception Miranda really crossed the line, I think, whenever she referenced that Luke and Lydia were not really her grandkids That is not acceptable behavior The way Kim and Derek communicated with each other also highly annoyed me She didn t realize that her way of communicating needed an adjustment when it came to her husband and her frustration at his response was annoying because she couldn t see that her approach was the problem I did like the slight twist near the end of the book concerning the nature of Derek s relationship with his mom That added an extra layer to the plot With all that being said, I really liked the conclusion of the book I understand it was based on a non fiction book about communication so I can see why it is written the way it is I really enjoyed seeing everyone take the time to fish with their significant others and start communicating effectively It was beautiful to read I also enjoyed seeing the little hints about the plot for the next book This was the second book in the series I really liked the characters and it was nice to read about them again I was sad when Cody left to go see his aunt I thought the story line about the mother in law coming to help and then coming to live with them was interesting I did not like that the new husband finally admitted to a gambling addiction after three years of marriage and that his mother was making him repay all the debt He has a new wife and two children and all their savings is going to his mother I thought that was terrible The mother in law was an intersting women and it made it hard to like her I dont think that I ever did It was a good book but I liked the first book better.


  8. says:

    This was an interesting journey for me on this book Ok honestly, reading this book annoyed me 75% of the time I was reading it I really liked the characters, especially Cody, Pete and Patsy, but some of them I did not enjoy Kim s children were rude and disrespectful and it helps that it is revealed why early on in the book but I did not enjoy them as characters until the book was almost over I enjoyed reading the references to Steve and Brenda s marital troubles that were the focus of the first book since I didn t read the first book I also liked that at least one couple were firmly on the right track and able to help the other couples I dislike the in law story line in most media because it s predictable and seeing the disrespectful behavior between the two family members is really irksome to me This book was no exception Miranda really crossed the line, I think, whenever she referenced that Luke and Lydia were not really her grandkids That is not acceptable behavior The way Kim and Derek communicated with each other also highly annoyed me She didn t realize that her way of communicating needed an adjustment when it came to her husband and her frustration at his response was annoying because she couldn t see that her approach was the problem I did like the slight twist near the end of the book concerning the nature of Derek s relationship with his mom That added an extra layer to the plot With all that being said, I really liked the conclusion of the book I understand it was based on a non fiction book about communication so I can see why it is written the way it is I really enjoyed seeing everyone take the time to fish with their significant others and start communicating effectively It was beautiful to read I also enjoyed seeing the little hints about the plot for the next book I liked the characters involved in the next novel so I might read it 2 and a half stars


  9. says:

    Book 2 in the Four Seasons of Marriage series book, audio, fiction 5 STARSI m now listening to this on audio This book focuses on Derek and Kim s family Derek s mom comes for an extended visit M I L in, daughter in law move over Lydia wants to grow up before her time Luke feels like folks are getting on his case because of his diabetes, treating him like it s some rare fatal disease The Tea Lover s Club is in full swing Esther Moore wants to be club president Cote wants his mom and chocolate cake in squares Pete wants Patsy Derek wants to find out about the body that washed ashore Miranda wants to run the Finley house Ashley wants a baby Brenda and Steve are in love Things are going well in that camp Biddy comes to town and opens The Pop In, serving up wraps.


  10. says:

    Looking for a light, entertaining audio book to listen to while getting ready in the morning I picked up Summer Breeze at our local library This Christian oriented book is part of the Four Seasons fiction series, focusing on four couples, all in different seasons of life Summer Breeze shares truths and life lessons on navigating relationships between spouses, children, friends and neighbors, family harmony, resolving conflicts, forgiveness and acceptance of those who are different from us I was looking for entertainment when I picked up this audio book, but I received so much , lessons I can apply to my daily life, all from an engaging book, delivered in a style that is not overly sweet or sentimental I m looking forward to reading listening to the other books in the series.


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