Trailer Tuesday: Nurtured in Purple
Jude Urbanski’s book trailer for Nurtured in Purple is featured today. Enjoy!
Review for Nurtured in Purple: Jude Urbanski’s second installment of her wonderful series brings the reader back to charming Chanute Crossing. Her writing style is unique and draws you right into the story world. It’s the skill of a gifted author who can take two rather despicable characters from the first book, Willard Wittenberg and Elizabeth Koger, and make them likable to the point of understandable-and even more surprising-lovable. She makes them relatable because of their respective backgrounds, and explores their vulnerabilities and insecurities. In spite of their personal vendettas and need for revenge, you’ll find yourself still rooting for this couple because they want to do better and need one another. Theirs is a sweet and touching love story. This book is also a sentimental reunion with Seth and Kate Orbin from the first book, Joy Restored, and Ms. Urbanski’s terrific “cast” of supporting characters return as well. Seth and Kate endure trials of their own, but overcome the odds and model Christian faith and forgiveness in action to a skeptical and resistant Willard and Elizabeth. Grace, redemption and love abound, and this book will leave you smiling. A bonus “romance” is also included, and oh, how sweet it is! All-around, this is a terrific read and I very highly recommend it.
Jude Urbanski writes women’s fiction with inspirational romance. She loves to weave stories about strong characters spinning tragedy into triumph. She is published in fiction and nonfiction. She is a member of ACFW and National League of American Pen Women.
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Sandra, thanks for posting about Nurtured in Purple! Interesting about Xlibris! Love it that you’ve included the trailer also. This book is my favorite I believe in that God’s grace and redemption is shown so much in the characters.
Thanks for sharing it, Jude!