Delivering Hope by Jennifer Ann Holt

February 6, 2012 | 2 Comments
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Life’s most unexpected turns can sometimes produce the greatest joys.

Olivia Spencer wants to be a mother more than anything else, but years of infertility have left her soul wounded and her marriage strained.

Allison Campbell is a young, single woman who discovers that a moment of excitement has led to an unplanned pregnancy and an overwhelming heartache.

As the lives of these two women touch, you’ll see that deep love can pave the way for sacrifice.

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Title: Delivering Hope

Author: Jennifer Ann Holt

Publisher: Bonneville Books/Cedar Fort

Release Date: February 7, 2012

ISBN: 978-1599559025

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: Women’s, General



2 responses to “Delivering Hope by Jennifer Ann Holt

  1. I picked this book up on a Saturday morning and spent the entire day wrapped up in its story. I felt embraced by the amount of love conveyed in this book…I couldn’t put it down…until it was finished!
    I LOVE how Wesley D. Hutchins, Esq, stated in the front of the book “Somewhere in the world a pregnancy test is negative…and a woman weeps. Somewhere else in the world a pregnancy test is positive…and another woman weeps.”
    I was AMAZED at the feelings that infertility can cause both in the husband and the wife.
    I am also amazed at how much LOVE it must take to give your child up for adoption.
    My heart is full of gratitude that I was able to read this WONDERFUL book and be part of these two families’ lives…albeit…in a fictional portrayal…
    I will forever more look at pregnancy and adoption with a more humbled attitude…life is precious!
    I am also grateful for a Savior who does heal ALL…for only HE knows ALL.

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    Wonderful! I felt like the author hit many of the emotions dealing with infertility and adoption dead-on (especially in the LDS culture). While I personally don’t have experience with the adoption aspect, I could so relate to the couple dealing with infertility. Great messages of hope and forgiveness!

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