When Clouds Roll By Myra Johnson

 
                                                                                                                                                               11/04/2013 Review

 
 
 
 
 
                                                          When Clouds Roll By
                                                                         By:
                                                                    Myra Johnson
 
 
 
The travel to Hot Springs, Arkansas after World War 1 has ended, the return of LT. Gilbert Ballard and the fact he has a fiancee there to face. Annemarie doesn’t know how the extent of Gilbert’s wounds. Gilbert wonders if she will still want him and how she will handle this.
 
Army Chaplain Samuel Vickary has been Gilbert’s support through his postwar anxiety. Altho Chaplain  Vickary is going through postwar anxiety himself of a different kind.
 
While in the Army Chaplain Samuel Vickary and Gilbert Ballard became best of friends, or could they have been friends before the war begun? Samuel starts to have feelings for Annemarie how will Gilbert deal with Samuel and Annemarie. Will things get heated up for Annemarie and Vickary or will Annemarie’s heart slide back to Gilbert—  or is there another woman in Gilbert’s life!!!
 
What are God’s plans in all this, will Annemarie follow her heart— will Gilbert destroy his life and his friend’s.
God has his plans for them will they follow what God’s plans are or will they follow their own??
 
War is a horrible, horrible thing and people get hurt in so many different ways. The pain, the things that people have deal with after a war is over, each person deals differently, some never get through the pain and wounds they have.
 
5 Star
ISBN  978-1-4267-5-356-5
 
This is a very good read. I recommend it. Go grab it and have a page turner.
 
I received this book free from Abingdon Press for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are totally my own.
Thanks Abingdon for a good book.
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