The Prayer Box
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Tandi is a complex and engaging character as well as narrator of the tale. Much like a real person, there are things to like about her and things you hope will change. In part, this is why it's so encouraging to see her form a sisterhood with the Seashell Shop women, get to know Paul Chastain, and build a life on Hatteras after years of a troubled life.
Iola is a compelling and her story is just as interesting as Tandi's. Her prayer box letters are touching and filled with deep faith, despite her own travails. I felt like I missed out on getting to know this character, but the snippets of stories we are told works well in the story.
Lisa Wingate rounds out her story with other well-drawn characters such as Paul, a man who doesn't fit the stereotype of a romantic hero but is the kind of guy Tandi needs, and Zoey, a daughter who is struggling with the changes in her life. I enjoyed the element of The Prayer Box. It isn’t over powering or preachy. I love how Iola, through her prayer box, had an opportunity to teach Tandi about God and faith..
I will send this to my granddaughter, babypooh.
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