[Ebook] ↠ For Time & Eternity (Sister Wife #1) Author Allison Pittman – Terrapin-info.co.uk

For Time & Eternity (Sister Wife #1) All Camilla Deardon Knows Of The Mormons Camping Nearby Is The Songs She Hears Floating On The Breeze Then She Meets One Of Them A Young Man Named Nathan Fox Never Did She Imagine He Would Be So Handsome, So Charming, Especially After Mama And Papa S Warnings To Stay Away Though She Knows She Should Obey Her Parents, Camilla Can T Refuse Her Heart But Even Nathan S Promises Cannot Prepare Her For What She Will Face In Utah.


10 thoughts on “For Time & Eternity (Sister Wife #1)

  1. says:

    The author admitted that she browsed ex Mormon websites and discussion boards for research for this book as well as talking with her husband, who had been excommunicated from the Mormon church It shows this book is extremely biased against the Mormon faith I am very offended with the way Allison Pittman portrayed Latter day Saints, and I wish she d looked to other sources besides the rantings of ex Mormons for information.She flat out called M...


  2. says:

    The author is extremely biased against Mormonism I don t necessarily believe it either, but it ruined the book for me.


  3. says:

    Was pleasantly surprised at this read The story is about Camilla Fox a young girl who left a Christian home to marry a Mormon moving to the Great Salt Lake Her life is filled with her family, teaching of the church, and other saints She is content until a loss sends her into doubt As she struggles with what she has been taught over the years her husband, Nathan is also struggling Camilla s struggle takes her back to her Christian faith while Nathan s takes him deeper in the Mormon religion Was pleasantly surprised at this read The story is about Camilla Fox a young girl who left a Christian home to marry a Mormon moving to the Great Salt Lake Her life is filled with her family, teaching of the church, and other saints She is content until a loss sends her into doubt As she struggles with what she has been taught over...


  4. says:

    Terrible book She has no idea what she is talking about Instead of trolling the ex Mormon websites, she should have included some research in an actual Mormon church The fact that she did not is glaringly obvious Poorly done, poorly written.


  5. says:

    For Time Eternity, the first book in The Sister Wife series by Allison Pittman, was very interesting to me because I hadn t ever read a Christian historical fiction novel about Mormon culture Being raised in Utah, and married to an ex Mormon, Allison definitely knows her subject matter In this book, Allison writes about the Mormon marriage ceremony in great detail and I wondered how she knew so much about the sacred and secretive ritual As part of her research, she spent time in Salt For Time Eternity, the first book in The Sister Wife series by Allison Pittman, was very interesting to me because I hadn t ever read a Christian historical fiction novel about Mormon culture Being raised in Utah, and married to an ex Mormon, Allison definitely knows her subject matter ...


  6. says:

    Have you ever read and book that you think is really important I can t say that s usually or ever what I think when reading books but it sure is what I thought while reading this one The book is a fantastic read, carefully woven by an adept writer But the subject matter is just so important in this day and time.Camilla flees her strict God fearing parents to follow a young man, Nathan Fox, who is part of a Mormon group going to settle in Utah in the late 1800 s Things work well for the cou Have you ever read and book that you think is really important I can t say that s usually or ever what I think when reading books but it sure is what I thought while reading this one The book is a fantastic read, carefully woven by an adept writer But the subject matter is just so important in this day and time.Camilla flees her strict God fearing parents to follow a young man, Nathan Fox, who is part of a Mormon group going to settle in Utah in the late 1800 s Things work well for the couple until Camilla begins to be uncomfortable with the teachings of the prophet This book shows how we can be led astray by someone teaching a different Jesus than the one that we know, especially when they are actingChrist like than the real Christians 3 But I fear that somehow your pure and undivided devotion to Christ will be corrupted, just as Eve was deceived by ...


  7. says:

    I picked this up when it was free on Kindle It wasn t the sort of book I would normally read as it was listed as historical Christian romance, but I was intrigued by the early Mormon polygamist storyline so thought I would take a chance I was pleasantly surprised This certainly wasn t what I would generally term romance, it wasthe story of a relationship and although there was a Christian element, it wasto do with the main character Camilla s upbringing and faith than any attempt I picked this up when it was free on Kindle It wasn t the sort of book I would normally read as it was listed as historical Christian romance, but I was intrigued by the early Mormon polygamist storyline so thought I would take a chance I was pleasantly surprised This certainly wasn t what I would general...


  8. says:

    My only defense in reading this was that it was free on Kindle The author is extremely biased against the LDS church She says she went to forums and talked to many ex LDS members Umdo you really think that is your best source of information She wrote the main guy, Nathan to be a huge egotistical jerk who only cares what God thinks of him The LDS community that the main character lives in is full of crazy people who yell from the pulpit and outright and in from of everyone tell you your a My only defense in rea...


  9. says:

    This book by Allison Pittman was my favorite read this year Seriously, I loved it It was one of those books that I carried around the house with meevery few minutes mattered I think my 3 year old was neglected for, like, 3 days when I was reading this book grin I m a pretty avid Historical Fiction reader and a Pittman fan, so when I heard that she was writing a book based on the history of the Mormon church, I was instantly intrigued Two words consumed my mindPlural marriage I have This book by Allison Pittman was my favorite read this year Seriously, I loved it It was one of those books that I carried around the house with meevery few minutes mattered I think my 3 year old was neglected for, like, 3 days when I was reading this book grin I m a pretty avid Historical Fiction reader and a Pittman fan, so when I heard that she was writing a book based on the history of the Mormon church, I was instantly intrigued Two words consumed my mindPlural marriage I have a huge fascination with this culture of plural marriage and sister wives Not because I m interestedoh no, but because I am so curious about how people, real men and real women, go about making these decisions I devoured For Time Eternity.I m not going to go into super detail of the story line so NO BIG SPOILERS herebut I do want to go into the way I was emotional reeled in with the writing and characters Camilla Deardon is a young girl at the outset She knows that she is supposed...


  10. says:

    Allison Pittman in her new book, For Time Eternity Book One in The Sister Wife series published by Tyndale gives us an insight into the Mormon culture in a brand new and unique manner.In 1850 Iowa at the Deardon dairy farm and Camilla Deardon hears the Mormons singing from their camp nearby Even though she is a Christian and her father warns her to stay away from them it is the music and the sound of the familiar songs that draws her to their camp It is there that she meets Nathan Fox Allison Pittman in her new book, For Time Eternity Book One in The Sister Wife series published by Tyndale gives us an insight into the Mormon culture in a brand ne...


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