Delivery by Diana Prusik published June 2011 by Tyndale House Publishers is thirty-five chapters of inspiration that tug your heartstrings. At times, you'll hold your breath, laugh, or cry. It'll evoke emotions with character depth and vivid description, I can just picture the heart-warming characters who come to life on the page right down from one woman's Dr. Scholl's shoes to the beautiful ending and special meaning of red carnations.
From the hub of a small-town flower shop, Livi watches the world go by as she attempts to drown life's problems with alcohol. She's lost too many loved ones too young in life to death, but even the alcohol can't offer enough comfort. It only numbs for a short time. Faith and friends prove to deliver more than the bottle, as she learns to cope and appreciate the time she has left with her mother.
I loved this novel and found the author quite adept at rounding out her characters and providing her readers with a few laughs along with the heartache and pain. It's a novel worth reading, and you don't want to miss it. I didn't want to put it down until I finished, yet I wanted to savor it. Though I read most of it quickly, I slowed down to savor those last chapters because I hated to see it come to an end. Delivery is available in eBook format at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com, so grab a copy from those virtual bookshelves and start your reading adventure.