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Sarah's Choice

Sarah's Choice

By Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.34 Stars

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On 9/8 Heidi Indahl wrote: Sarah's Choice, by Rebecca St. James & Nancy Rue, is the embodiment of a very real struggle in our society. Women today are overlooked with disturbing frequency in the workplace due to their pregnancy status. There is a very real pressure on women that they cannot have their career and be a mother. ... BookLook Review: Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James

Heidi's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/27 germanjuls wrote: Sarah's Choice is a book for today's society. It is a story of a girl who finds herself having to decide between the career of her dreams and a baby she didn't know she wanted. Sarah has people in her life on both sides of the abortion debate who aren't afraid to share their opinions. Ultimately, she ... Sarah's Choice

germanjuls' Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/19 Courtney wrote: This book really is really hard for me to explain without being to spoilery. I will try my hardest to give a spoiler free review. This book kind of has a Christmas carol feel to it, but much deeper. Sarah is pregnant, she does not want to be pregnant. She has a great job, new promotion, just everything ... Sarah's Choice

Courtney's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/19 LoveLisaElle wrote: Meet Sarah Collins, a beautiful successful 20-something who is about to get a promotion at work that she has worked hard for. She finds herself hoping to replace a woman who is leaving on maternity leave at first, but probably not returning at all. Especially if corporate has anything to say about it. Then ... Beautifully written & very relateable story about such a hot topic!

LoveLisaElle's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/16 Nicole Flothe wrote: The one thing I love most about life is the ability to make my own choices.  I was given the opportunity to review a book from BookLookBloggers.com called Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue.  Every time I read a book I make sure and highlight my favorite quotes.  My ... Book Review Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue

Nicole's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/16 BookJunkieMom wrote: This was quite the interesting book. It starts off pretty interesting yet a little slow. Yet, not so slow that it doesn't pull you in. You feel bad for Sarah, because like many, she has financial problems that she is trying to get out of. And this promotion that she greatly deserves, is practically on ... Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James REVIEW

BookJunkieMom's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/8 Mama Moose wrote: When everything seems to finally be falling in place for Sarah,she is faced with a difficult choice. She feels like there is no one to turn to,it's not like she can turn to God or her Father, both which have been so distant in her life since her fathers death. No matter what the out come her life will never be the same... One choice will change her life forever...

Mama Moose's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/2 Martha Artyomenko wrote: This book was written for the reader to walk to the painful decision making process that a young woman might go through in facing an unplanned pregnancy. Sarah had everything to lose in getting pregnant. The authors do a unique job of intwining a sort of Christmas Carol like event with three visions, ... Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/1 Martha Artyomenko wrote: This book was written for the reader to walk to the painful decision making process that a young woman might go through in facing an unplanned pregnancy. Sarah had everything to lose in getting pregnant. The authors do a unique job of intwining a sort of Christmas Carol like event with three visions, ... Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/30 Only A Little While wrote: Sarah’s Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue is not only an entertaining novel, but moves beyond mere fictional enjoyment into the sensitive subject of a woman’s ability to chose life or death for her unborn child. Sarah’s Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue is a thought provoking ... Book Review: Sarah's Choice by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue

Only A Little While's Rating:

5 Stars