Review: Love’s Legacy, by Stephany Tullis

BOOK REVIEW: Love’s Legacy; A First Street Church Romance, by Stephany Tullis

Rated five stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon.

A complimentary ARC was provided to this reviewer for an honest, unbiased review.


In this charming novella, a young married couple experiences a family’s worse nightmare: their 9-year-old son dies in a random, drive-by shooting during an innocent Thanksgiving celebration.

Two and a half years later, Dee and Kyle are literally on their way to a divorce as Kyle drives Dee to her mother’s house in a distant city. Dee is moving back home to start her new life.

Life changes suddenly and dramatically for the couple when their car quits on a deserted road, and an unusual woman called “Tabitha” appears to whisk them off to a tiny town unknown to them. Everyone and everything in Sweet Grove, Texas, conspires to change Dee and Kyle in surprising and often mysterious ways.

The story keeps us fascinated as we learn bits and pieces of the couple’s life together through well-crafted flashbacks scattered among their Sweet Grove, Texas, experiences.

The citizens of Sweet Grove live out their faith through selfless love toward these two strangers, and more than just two people are changed as a result. This is a lovely, hopeful, sympathetic story written from the author’s tender heart, guaranteed to produce a happy and satisfying reading experience.


Stephany Tullis

         Recommended for all ages, with a caution that children might be troubled by the violent death of a child in the beginning of the book. There is no offensive content.

Learn more about author Stephany Tullis and her many novels and novellas on her Amazon Author Page.


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