Perfect Timing

Michele Ashman Bell

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Perfect Timing

Perfect Timing Serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints proves to be one of the best decisions of Kenidee Ashford s young life But losing her mom to cancer while she is on her mission de

  • Title: Perfect Timing
  • Author: Michele Ashman Bell
  • ISBN: 9781598111590
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints proves to be one of the best decisions of Kenidee Ashford s young life But losing her mom to cancer while she is on her mission devastates her Kenidee clearly remembered the morning that she d make the decision to end her mission and go homeSobbing, she d fallen to her knees and unloaded her burden.Serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints proves to be one of the best decisions of Kenidee Ashford s young life But losing her mom to cancer while she is on her mission devastates her Kenidee clearly remembered the morning that she d make the decision to end her mission and go homeSobbing, she d fallen to her knees and unloaded her burdenAnd the moment she turned her burden over to the Lord, the healing began Her prayers answered, Kenidee faithfully completes her mission, but new challenges await her when she returns home a new young stepmother with three unruly children, roadblocks in her career plans, and love where she least expects to find it.Gifted storyteller, Michelle Ashman Bell weaves a compelling tale of the role of family and friends in helping shape an eternal destiny Perfect Timing is the perfect read for all those who dare to believe that there is hope after hardship and that dreams actually come true.

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    1. Krystal on said:

      I love Michele Ashman Bell but this one was my least favorite so far. Spoilers ahead! I liked the premise but i was a little disappointed. Her mother dies while she is on her mission which is so sad but I thought we would witness that with her but the book starts at her farewell and jumps to after her mission. I really was hoping to witness her pain and see how she made it through her mission but we didnt. It got better and I enjoyed it! It was predictable but in a good way. I loved that she end [...]

    2. Shayne on said:

      Can I just tell you? I love Michele! Not only is she a great friend of mine, she is a talented and creative writer. And my mentor. When I grow up, I want to be just like her! Perfect timing is another winner as far as Michele's books go and I am in anticipation of her next one, as always. Michele just gets better with each book and I can personally vouch for her as a person. If you like her works, you'll love Perfect Timing! Read it! And enjoy!

    3. Lindsay on said:

      Every word of this book was painful to read. Every word. The audio book reader's voice was sickly sweet and overly dramatic. The writing was so bad I wondered why this poor soul wanted to have her writing displayed for all to see in a book shop. Does she feel no shame?I am so burnt out on this LDS fiction gig. Some of these writers are genuinely good, like Jennie Hansen. But I can say honestly that I have yet to read a published author worse than Michele Ashman Bell.

    4. Danica Page (One Page at a Time) on said:

      I didn't think I'd like this book, but I actually really did. I fell in love with one of the characters from the beginning, and was happy when everything worked out like I wanted it too. It was an insightful book. I really enjoyed reading it. Last portion might have been a little cheesy, but still I enjoyed it.

    5. Libby on said:

      Your typical mormon fiction. I really liked the story line of the book because it dealt with real issues. BUT, then the ending was just covered in cheese - really? I still liked the book and characters, and even teared up a couple of times throughout the book. I would recommend this book if you are in the mood for a clean and sweet love story.

    6. Danni on said:

      I loved this book. It talked so much about missionaries. It talked about loving the field, being homesick, and making it happen even though it is hard. It was really neat. It is a love story but there was more friendship than romance.

    7. Crystal on said:

      I was pleased with this book because it just goes to show that you can't plan your life too far in advance because heavenly father has the ultimate plan for you and you just need to trudge your way to it. good fast read!

    8. Susan on said:

      It isn't until Kenidee accepts her new family that true happiness floods her life. You just have to let your feelings out with the right people before you finally find truth. We don't know what's really inside a person until we do--Robin, Dad, Brendan, and finally CAM!

    9. Swhe641200 on said:

      Aug 2012 Ruth Funk book. Kenidee Ashford is on a mission and her mother dies of cancer and her dad remarries a younger woman with three kids. She is waiting for a missionary that is Twain and will be home in three months. then she can move on with her life. Good Story. Fast REad.

    10. Jessica Liza on said:

      I liked this book. It was REALLY sad about her mom and the whole mission thing. I liked reading about her mission and having to adjust. Cam doesn't seem real ;) but I love to read about it! Great book!

    11. Alison on said:

      I read this book because it's Val's sister-in-law that wrote it. Actually enjoyed myself. In fact, felt quite at peace with my life and in love with my husband when I finished it. The ending's a little obvious, but the characters are likeable and conversation witty.

    12. Camille on said:

      I read this book years ago and loved it. Suggestion to read do it!

    13. Teresa on said:

      I don't remember reading this book, but it has a fairly predictable plot. The story was enjoyable enough. It was a quick read.

    14. Angelina on said:

      I normally don't like LDS fiction, but this one was really cute. I especially like that she doesn't try to describe the indescribable.

    15. Jackee (Lilly) on said:

      I loved this book so much because it is such a sweet romance.

    16. Brenda on said:

      I thought this was a well written book, it just made me WAY too sad. I loved the main characters, but I didn't think Kenidee got many breaks in life.

    17. Tori on said:

      This is a very good book! I recommend this to any Female return missionary.

    18. Heather on said:

      LDS novel about being strenghtened by trials. Couldn't put it down, I wanted to know when Kennidee would finally wake up and realized what was obvious!

    19. Heidi on said:

      I enjoyed this book. Found many parts very funny and I liked the twists and turns this book took.

    20. Laurie on said:

      Good book. The resolution was too quick for my taste, but everything else was excellent. She knows how to capture emotions very well.

    21. Anita on said:

      I enjoyed this easy read from Michelle Ashman Bell. I like how Kenidee the main character rely's on Heavenly Father to get her through some hard times. A nice feel good easy read.

    22. Julie on said:

      An easy read. A little predictable but I read it quick, which means I liked it. =)

    23. Andrea on said:

      Not bad. I enjoy reading these kinds of books because I never have to worry about content. The book was a little too much though. I probably wouldn't read it again but it was okay.

    24. Ann on said:

      Interesting twists and turns in the relationships of the characters in this storya light, enjoyable read and super romantic ending

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