Healing Sands



Healing Sands Her Life Was Spinning Out Of Control A Mix Of Anger And Emptiness Defined Her Desperate For True Peace, She Headed To A Place Of Rest The Healing SandsRyan Coe Feels Lost Her Marriage Is Over, Her Kids Are Living With Their Dad, Her God Life Is Silent, And Her Patience Is Practically Non Existent To Top It Off, Her Once Exciting Job As A Photojournalist Has Been Reduced To Taking Pictures Of Enchilada Festivals And B Level Actors But When She Arrives At The Scene Of A Crime And Sees Her Son S Face Through Her Zoom Lens, Her World Crashes Her Only Mission To Find Out Who Really Did This And Why They Framed HerBut Before She Can Help Anyone Ryan S Got To Get Her Anger In Check She Turns To Sullivan Crisp S Healing Choices Clinic, But Even That Doesn T Go According To Plan Quirky And Unusual Don T Even Begin To Describe Sully And She Soon Realizes That He Isn T The Quick Fix Therapist She Was Hoping For Between His Unorthodox Counseling And A Group Of Women Who Are The First Real Friends She S Had In A Long Time, Ryan Begins To Realize It S Not Control She S For, But Something Much Powerful


About the Author: Nancy N. Rue

Nancy Rue is the author of over 100 books for adults and teens, including the Christy Award winning The Reluctant Prophet, Unexpected Dismounts and Healing Waters with Steve Arterburn , which was the 2009 Women of Faith Novel of the Year She travels extensively at times on the back of a Harley speaking to and teaching groups of women of all ages Nancy lives on a lake in Tennessee with her Harley ridin husband, Jim, and their two yellow Labs without whom writing would be difficult.


10 thoughts on “Healing Sands

  1. says:

    I am certain that I experienced and related to every feeling Ryan Coe had in this book.

  2. says:

    I did not enjoy this book as much as the first two Sullivan Crisp books However, it stuck with me I continue to contemplate some of the themes explored within the plot and character development Sully s character seems to come full circle It s interesting to look back to the previous books and see the progression Though not my favorite, I would still recommend it.

  3. says:

    I am a big fan of the Sullivan Crisp books, but this one was a little off for me Healing Waters is my favorite so far I was glad to see anger, from a wife and mother s perspective, addressed.

  4. says:

    I love this Sullivan Crisp series Looking forward to the next one.

  5. says:

    Healing Sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn is third in the Sullivan Crisp novels Although part of a series it can easily be read as a stand alone story And story it is Touching on anger, murder, race, betrayal, faith in God, and a mother s love the authors have developed a well written book one that is grippingly honest and authentic The prose is vivid and exquisite her voice had sounded just as he remembered like a bright silk scarf slipping across his soul It s all about sur Healing Sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn is third in the Sullivan Crisp novels Although part of a series it can easily be read as a stand alone story And story it is Touching on anger, murder, race, betrayal, faith in God, and a mother s love the authors have developed a well written book one that is grippingly honest and authentic The prose is vivid and exquisite her voice had sounded just as he remembered like a bright silk scarf slipping across his soul It s all about surrender but surrender to what to whom How does one let go Surrender is painful It s frightening It s daunting But it is the right, the only thing to do The characters are well developed and evocative Their lives are shattering and the reader is right there, wondering how in the world will the pieces come together if the pieces can even all be found An excellent book about facing the challenges life can unexpectedly throw

  6. says:

    The best of the seriesa book that brings out how our childhood affects our adult actionsthe trust we give to others, including Mentors in our Professional lives, manipulation, Biases, the emotional rollercoaster of watching our kids grow up, and how our Faith can make it work Highly recommend this as a bookclub readI don t think you need to read the whole series to enjoy this one, but if you do, save this one to read last

  7. says:

    The best of three So happy to finally see Sully s story evolve and with such plot twists I loved the mystery part but also the therapy sessions I gained some very personal insights by reading this book.

  8. says:

    Really good, lots of twist and turns

  9. says:

    Read for the 2018 Reading Challenge A book by a favorite authorI struggled with this one something about the characters never gelled Nancy s Reluctant Prophet series iscompelling IMHO.

  10. says:

    It sort of tied together a little to neat but felt previous 1 and 2 werelife like But still great and like the progression of handling anger.

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