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Need You Now by Beth Wiseman

Beth Wiseman is well known for her Amish fiction. But, with her most recent novel, Wiseman has stepped beyond the Amish world and tackled issues that might exist across town, across the street, or across the hall.

Need You Now is set in rural Texas where the Henderson family has recently relocated from Houston in hopes of protecting their teenage children from certain aspects of big city life. Brad and Darlene’s marriage has always been solid, church has always been a priority, and their home has always been one of love. But beyond minor parenting issues, the family’s faith and foundation have never truly been tested…until now. Suddenly changes, discoveries, and emotional distance threaten to tear them apart.

In Need You Now, Wiseman deals with tough real-life issues. Granted, these issues are mostly resolved beautifully by the end of the book, something that doesn’t typically happen quite so quickly in real life. But, she still is not afraid to delve into the reality of major issues that real – and good – kids keep hidden under the surface. She also shows how easily a marriage can go from good and solid to compromised when we are not on our guard. Need You Now is not another romance novel. It’s real life.

Want to read it for yourself? I have a copy of Need You Now to give away! Leave a comment between now and midnight Wednesday, May 2, for a chance to win!

This book was sent to me by Handlebar Marketing in exchange for my honest review.


I am a homeschooling preacher's wife and managing editor for the Well Planned Gal. But, I also love to write just for the fun of it. I also process best through writing, and my thoughts tend to flow from things I learn through the Bible, interacting with my family, and moving through life in general. Thanks for joining me in my not quite ordinary journey.

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