Karla

Karla Karla Black had everything she ever wanted until the night tragedy tore her world apart stealing her husband and her identity in one vicious twist Twelve months later Karla is a shadow of the woman s

  • Title: Karla
  • Author: Sharon Srock
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  • Page: 487
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  • Karla Black had everything she ever wanted until the night tragedy tore her world apart, stealing her husband and her identity in one vicious twist Twelve months later Karla is a shadow of the woman she used to be, struggling through her grief, living with bankrupt emotions, and resisting any suggestion that God might give her a second chance at love.Ian McAlister was a hKarla Black had everything she ever wanted until the night tragedy tore her world apart, stealing her husband and her identity in one vicious twist Twelve months later Karla is a shadow of the woman she used to be, struggling through her grief, living with bankrupt emotions, and resisting any suggestion that God might give her a second chance at love.Ian McAlister was a helpless bystander as breast cancer took his beloved wife from him one breath at a time As days of grief turn into months, Ian begins to dwell on the vow she elicited from him before her death Promise me that you won t grieve for too long But how will he know when it s time Two broken hearts, two futures destroyed by death, until a chance meeting in an unexpected place kindles a friendship between Karla and Ian that rockets into a romance neither one anticipated Can they overcome their grief and the objection of family members to grab onto the surprising future that God has for them

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    1. Karla: Women of Valley View By: Sharon SrockKarla's story comes to us in Book 6 from the Women of Valley View by Sharon Srock. You can find love again.Back in Garfield, visiting our families of Valley View, Sharon has graced us with Karla's story. This is the final of our Women of Valley View and this series couldn't have ended with a better story. We have already fell in love with Karla and she has become one of our closest friends. Having been taken on several paths in life and overcome many h [...]

    2. I have so loved this series, The Women of Valley View! Karla is book six in the series. Following these friends through their lives has been like family. Sad to see this is the last one in the series. But do look forward to what is coming up next by Sharon. Always well written strong characters. I love the spiritual in them. In this on Karla has lost big in her life when her husband died. Feeling like there just isn't much for her in life right now and feels lonely but not sure another man in he [...]

    3. Karla is the final book in the Women of Valley View series. Though it can be read as a stand alone, I highly recommend all the books preceding it. I have enjoyed each story and getting to know this group of women as they each faced life challenges. The author created a unique friendship that drew me in from the very beginning and made me wish I could join them around the table eating cheesecake at their weekly Bible studies. Sharon Srock has a gift of writing in a way that you feel you are part [...]

    4. Karla, although the sixth and apparently final book in Sharon Srock’s Women of Valley View series, it is easily read as a stand alone. A story of sorrow and grief, a story of recovery and restoration, and a story of closure and new beginnings. Karla, a widow for just twelve months, still grieving and a shadow of her former self has a chance meeting with Ian, a widower for a year and beginning to sense the need to deal with his loneliness. Both were happily married for forty-plus years, both ha [...]

    5. It is so sad to see the end of Valley View and especially hard, if you're crying.We have watched this group of godly women as they supported each other through birth, marriage ,death and the trials and tribulations of life.This book deals with Karla, a 65 year old, that loses Mitch, the love of her life, after forty six years of marriage and Ian, a widower, who lost his wife,the same night as Mitch .They start as a friendship of two people dealing with the loss of their spouses.I sympathize with [...]

    6. The Woman of Valley View series has become near and dear to my heart. I have laughed and cried with these friends both old and new. Karla's story just endured these men, women, and families even more.Both Karla's and Ian' worlds were changed on the same fateful night. Both reeling from the loss of their spouses of almost half a century, each must find a new path. Karla feels that she has lost her identity. Ian struggles to keep a promise. A chance meeting in an unusual location brings these two [...]

    7. I can't say enough about this series by Sharon Srock. Karla is the 6th and final book. I feel as though I know all of the women of Valley View. No matter the age of the women in the books, I found that I could identify with them all. But Karla, who is exactly my age, is dear to my heart and Ms. Srock brings to the table something that we all think about as we get older. What would I do if something happened to my husband? What would my children think about me if I found someone else to love? Thi [...]

    8. Karla by Sharon SrockThe Women of Valley View Series Book Six Karla Black's life changed in a blink of the eye. A year later she was half the woman she had been. Physically, mentally, and spiritually. Just when a tiny glimpse of light lit her world, her daughter's world exploded. The pieces landing in Karla's life and pulling her back again.Ian McAlister's wife had told him to love again after she passed away. A year later he found that he was lonely. A kitten helped some, but not like having so [...]

    9. I don't know if it has to do with my age or the fact that I would like to think that I've grown wiser as I have gotten older, but whatever it is, I love seeing stories where love develops after the age of  20, 30 and 40. Karla was a refreshing story. I got lost in the pages of the romance between her and Ian to the point that I couldn't put the book down. I felt their hearts beat for each other even though they were trying to sort through things that happened in their lives that caused major ad [...]

    10. Karla, written by Sharon Srock, is book #6 in the Women of Valley View Series. I just loved this book! I started out with a box of tissues…have to say the first chapter ripped at my heartstrings….BUT the rest of the book was such a great Srock book! Karla is just filled to the brim with reality…life, death, marriages on the rocks, LOVE, romance, happiness that surpasses imagination, and throughout all of it the encouragement to always keep the Lord first in our lives. Just LOVE this series [...]

    11. The novel, KARLA, by Sharon Srock, is an uplifting work of Christian fiction. This is the sixth book of her series about life in small-town America for a group of multi-generational women who are wonderfully supportive with each other. It demonstrates that being a Christian does not keep these women from experience all the ups and downs in life. It does, however, show how being a Christian can give you the tools to deal with good times and bad.This book is well-written and had me in tears in the [...]

    12. Karla This is such a good book. The characters seem like family to me. I loved Karla and Ian story. Their spouses both pass away a year ago and mainly Karla is really having a hard time since her husband's death was sudden. Her daughter marriage breaks up and she comes home, she has a hard time dealing with Karla moving on. I was so proud of Karla standing up to her daughter. Karla is in her sixties, so no matter what your age, there is always new beginnings. Of course, most of the characters fr [...]

    13. Karla is the sixth installment from the wonderful Women of Valley View series. This series just doesn't get old and sad to see it end. I love every one an Karla is no exception. This heartbreaking story will bring a reader to tears but will, also bring the to see the beauty of faith, love, hope, and the special of true friendships. I would highly recommend this conclusion of this wonderful series.5 plus stars.

    14. Another wonderful bookI loved this book , Sharon once again made the characters come alive and go straight to my heart.Sometimes it was hard to read with tears streaming down my face. A box of tissues is recommended.Thanks Sharon for another great read. I will miss the Valley Women.

    15. Excellent, intriguing, kept my attention. Wonderful reading, an author to follow. I will now read the other books in this series.

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