Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Never Say Never by Lisa Wingate - REVIEWED

“A crisis is only an opportunity riding on a dangerous wind, si?” (p. 334)

Donetta Bradford and her girlfriends would have never left their homes in Daily, Texas if they had known about the danger headed their way. Kai Miller was aware of the danger, so she was leaving Perdita and heading north toward safety. What both of them discover along the way is that God was guiding them toward one another for a very specific and glorious purpose!

Lisa Wingate’s novel, Never Say Never chronicles the emotional and sometimes dangerous journey of a very eclectic group of women as they face one of nature’s biggest storms. Kai is leaving her current home in Perdita headed toward the cruise ship that currently employs her only to find that it left port during the night. Donetta and her girlfriends are headed toward the trip of a lifetime aboard the same cruise ship. These two finally come together alongside the highway and in the darkest, most dangerous moments of their lives, they begin to examine their pasts and identify what is most important. By the time this group makes it back to Daily, they discover a storm of a much more personal nature awaiting them!

Dear reader, Lisa Wingate’s Never Say Never carries you through the eye of a hurricane and straight to the heart of God. Miracles abound, marriages are revived, and romance sparks from the pages as you near the end of this touching story! And don’t be surprised if you shed a tear or two, because those last few chapters are precious!! More specifically, the final passage will linger in your heart and mind and leave you changed! Never Say Never is awesome! Please, pick up your own copy today! You won’t regret it!


Lisa Wingate is a popular inspirational speaker, magazine columnist, and national bestselling author of several books, including Tending Roses, A Month of Summer, and The Summer Kitchen. Lisa and her family live in central Texas. Visit

1 comment:

Mocha with Linda said...

Great review of a great book!