Book Review: Beneath the Night Tree

Beneath the Night Tree
By
Nicole Baart

     Julia DeSmit, a young single mother, has a great relationship and great family, even if it is a bit unconventional. That all begins to change when she receives and e-mail from someone she knew she’d have to face sooner or later, her son’s father. With the re-entry of this man into her life, she sees things from a perspective she’s never considered before.  Is she living the life she’s dreamed of or is there something more out there for her, something she’s never let herself consider before?

     This book was a joy to read; I found myself deeply immersed in the story and felt as if I stood right next to Julia for most of the story. Nicole Baart writes very descriptively and tells a captivating story, even if it is a bit predictable at times. As I read the story, I was rooting for Julia to make the right choice and to see what more life had to offer her. According to advertisements near the back of the book, this was the third in a series of Julia books.  I’m looking forward to reading the others.

This book can be found at Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.
Disclaimer: Tyndale House Publishers provided this book free of charge for review.
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