Review

THE FATHER’S LOVE by Dave Moore is both a heart-breaking and a heart-warming story. The reader follows Dave on his journey, both physically and spiritually as he searches for his runaway son. The reader sees the devotion Dave has for his son and how it translates to God and his faith.

Amid a Frantic Search for His Son, a Father finds His Faith.

The drive home seemed to be endless. My mind was a battleground of extremes. Ideas of what to do next to help find David seemed to constantly flood my thinking. Yet the negative side, thinking the worst of what might have happened to my son, was always occupying my mind. Though sleep was dearly needed, it was not welcomed, for even in sleep I was tormented. Confronting depression, fatigue, and evil, Dave Moore goes on a cross-country search for his missing son. Becoming increasingly desperate and having done all that is humanly possible without results, what will he do? Who will he turn to? In this amazing true story, you will experience Dave Moore’s anguish in going through a father’s worst nightmare, a missing child. Through his fear, Dave confronts his soul’s emptiness and learns the heavenly Father’s Love.

THE FATHER’S LOVE is a perfect book for the Christmas season; a season of miracles and rebirth.

 THE FATHER’S LOVE is a perfect book for the Christmas season; a season of miracles and rebirth. It will keep you perched on the edge of your chair as you read and become a passenger in his journey to find his son and his faith. I am giving this book five stars. It is definitely a book you will want on your bookshelf.

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About the Reviewer

Donna McBroom-Theriot

Writer. Book Reviewer. Southern Lady. Connoisseur of Chocolate.

My Life is like an episode of “I love Lucy!” I’m a writer, book reviewer, and a Southern Lady who loves her Sweet Tea. My blog, My Life. One Story at a Time. is where I’ve been writing short stories since 2009. As luck would have it, the very first short story I wrote was published within months of my writing it.

This quote pretty much sums me up: “Deep in my heart, I know there’s no promise I’ll be free from trouble in this life. In fact, I’m usually either getting out of trouble, currently in trouble, or about to meet trouble around the next corner.” Well, you know that old saying, “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions” – that road is usually the one I’m on!

And, as much I used to mock (we all grow up eventually) the Cajun dialect, 15 years ago, I found myself marrying the sweetest Cajun boy – complete with the requisite white trawl boots and a trawl boat.

I love writing stories about the South and life with our two German Shepherds, and the four kids who meander in and out of our lives as they live their own journeys.

Most days you’ll find me out on the front porch swing, with the dogs at my feet, a tall glass of sweet iced tea close by, and a good book. It’s what life in the South is all about.
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