- By Sharon Srock


  • Title: Pam
  • Author: Sharon Srock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Pam Four years ago Pam s divorce devastated her The cruelty of her ex husband crushed her spirit After battling personal demons she s finally made a life for herself Now remarried raising her kids wor

    Four years ago, Pam s divorce devastated her The cruelty of her ex husband crushed her spirit After battling personal demons, she s finally made a life for herself Now remarried, raising her kids, working at a job she loves, the scars of Alan Archer s emotional abuse are beginning to fade Her newfound happiness turns to bitterness when Alan returns to Garfield ConfronFour years ago, Pam s divorce devastated her The cruelty of her ex husband crushed her spirit After battling personal demons, she s finally made a life for herself Now remarried, raising her kids, working at a job she loves, the scars of Alan Archer s emotional abuse are beginning to fade Her newfound happiness turns to bitterness when Alan returns to Garfield Confronted with a wall of pain she thought she d buried, Pam must learn that secrets and carefully cultivated indifference do not equal forgiveness.Alan Archer has returned to Garfield with a new wife, a fresh commitment to God, and a terminal heart condition His mission To leave a Christian legacy for his children and to gain Pam s forgiveness for the sins of his past.Two hearts hang in the balance waiting for the delicate touch of God s healing hands.

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    1. To be honest, I was disappointed with this book. I had really liked the first book in this series, the 2nd book was good except for one small scene, but this one isn't one I'll be reading again.What I liked:I liked that the characters from the other books were pulled into this story.I liked Harrison.I really enjoy this authors writing style.Things I didn't like:I did not like the sibling bickering, picking on each other, and arguing. It was all treated as though it was normal and all siblings ac [...]

    2. Pam, by Sharon Srock. 5*****Sharon, you have done it again, you never cease to amaze me with your stories and characters! Pam, #3, in the Women of Valley View collection, is no exception! A story of commitment, feelings of failure, dedication to God and family, Pam has shown so much courage and strength battling the struggle of divorce, pain and raising her children on her own. She will teach all of us readers, young and elder, that in life there will be heartache, times in which you won't know [...]

    3. “Pam” is book three of The Women of Valley Series. Sharon Srock has written a beautiful story about family and learning to forgive and appreciate life. Remarried with a wonderful and caring husband, Pam still hasn’t gotten over the emotional abuse from her first husband, Alan. After learning that Alan is moving back to the community to be closer to their children and hoping to make amends with Pam, she is furious. This story is a prime example of how one needs to forgive in order to heal a [...]

    4. PamBy: Sharon SrockPam is book three of a series by Sharon Srock. I loved the story. The book kept me glued to it there was no putting it down. Wonderful characters. Pam is divorced. Her husband was abusive to her. After all the years together thinking they would always be together broke apart. It has been four years and Alan moves back to town with his new wife and with a health problem. Pam can't figure out why did he come back to town. It his really messing with her emotions and well being. W [...]

    5. Sharon Srock has done it again with this book. What I love about these Valley View books is that the women depicted are all normal women. They're flawed and funny and angry and everything else you can think of. They're like the kinds of women I'd like to be friends with. Heck, they're like my own friends. And yet they do extraordinary things, and in this book, Pam does an amazing thing. All divorce is hard, but in this case, she has the right to be angry--and to stay angry forever. Watching Pam [...]

    6. The story of Pam is the third book in The Women of Valley View series, and I can honestly say I've loved every installment. I've grown attached to the characters, and I want to keep reading the rest of the series! Reading about Pam and her horrible past made me feel for her; and when she had to face the person who made her suffer - her ex-husband - I wondered how she'd handle it. I appreciate that she wasn't perfect in her attitude and behavior at first. It was realistic. Yet I loved how her fai [...]

    7. Pam’s story is truly amazing. The things Alan put Pam through will have you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next. The characters in this book are all very special people. You will feel God working throughout this whole book. I had the honor to review this book for the author for a honest review.

    8. Hard forgivenessNot a fun story but one that shows how even the most unforgivable people might be forgiven, or rather, how it needs to be done, and can be done, when it's tough. Pretty happy ending, although I hoped Alan would remember Pam too. I loved the characters, especially the youth pastor. Well done!

    9. A struggle to forgiveExcellent story line. Well written. Consistent behavior by characters. This is a heart wrenching story of forgiveness sought for great wrongs done and the struggle by the main character to give it. A story reflecting how God works in the hearts of believers in Christ. Be sure to keep a box of tissues nearby.

    10. Forgiveness at its HighestThis is a definite tear jerker. Well written with the vital concept of forgiveness covered very well. No trite or dogmatic phrases, this book deals with real people and real life. I especially like how this author did not just tout the need for forgiveness while stuffing emotions. Well conceived and covered. Nice read!

    11. Lots of tearsSharon has a distinctive style that will lift you up and believe that these characters actually exist and live in a town not so very far away. I think I would like to live there also. Men and women who actually believe and live a spiritual life. Phenomenal

    12. A wonderful christian romance with real life details. Well worth reading. Pam must overcome her anger and welcome her former husband back to town. He has come back with a new wife and a step-son whom he has adopted. He wants to apologize for his actions because he is dying.

    13. Loved this bookWhat a great book. Its always nice to read a great book and not have skip over language or sex. This book brought me a feeling of peace knowing that in the end we are all God's .

    14. I confess, I bought this book because the title was Pam.I'm a Pam.It was easy to read, engaging, and touched on many important issues.I didn't completely understand why her ex's new wife was willing to pull up roots and completely move to a new place.

    15. ForgivenessI haven't cried this much in awhile. This story told so much more about Pam and what she experienced. And she drew her strength from God, her family and her close friends.

    16. Kleenex a MUST!What lovable, REAL characters inhabit Sharon Srock's tales, and what REAL lessons she teaches without a hint of preaching! Can't wait to read her next book; Srock's become an author I enjoy sharing with anyone looking for a recommendation for compelling reading.

    17. PAMInspirational story about forgiveness, wonderful fast read. Love the characters, love the message. I have really enjoyed this special series.

    18. Beautiful story!Wonderfully written and so honest. Tears flowed freely from my eyes more than once. Read it, you won't regret it!!

    19. Excellent, Very moving story, emotional and spiritual values. I am very impressed with this author and moved by the storytelling. I give this a full five stars.

    20. Riveting A riveting read! The power that is in forgiveness is a strong theme that threads it's way through this story. A very emotional story.

    21. Beautifully writtenBeautifully written alot of scripture that is helpful in my walk with Jesus. Sharon Srock did a wonderful job of drawing you into the story.

    22. A great seriesI love this series! Every book has its own story so you can read them as stand alones. Pam's story is intense and so good.

    23. InspirationalGreat book. Be prepared for tears. Shows just how important forgiveness can be for each of us Hope you enjoy!

    24. From the first sentence, this novel of grace and mercy grabbed my attention and didn’t let go until the very end. Women of Valley View: Pam is the third book in the Valley View series, but this can be read as a stand-alone book. Characters included from earlier books are woven admirably into the story with the right amount of information to seamlessly enhance their contribution as well as tempt this reader to go back to read books one and two. Pam’s first husband was the first and only love [...]

    25. Pam is the third book in the Women of Valley View Series and it’s a heart wrenching story that will make the reader contemplate real forgiveness. Although I hadn’t read the first two books in the series, I had no trouble jumping into the story and definitely plan to go back and read the first books. To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I’d like the book but because Sharon Srock is such a wonderful writer, I took a chance based on my reading experience with her. I was not disappointed in any wa [...]

    26. About the Book:Pam’s divorce broke her heart. The cruelty of her ex-husband broke her spirit. A bottle of sleeping pills almost took her life. Four years later the scars of Alan Archer’s emotional abuse are beginning to fade under the love of her new husband. When Alan returns to Garfield, Pam must learn that buried secrets and carefully cultivated indifference do not equal forgiveness.Alan Archer has returned to Garfield with a new wife and a terminal heart condition. His mission? To leave [...]

    27. A Journey of ForgivenessWomen of Valley View~Pam is a book about deep pain and forgiveness. Letting go of the past is the only way to heal one's heart and soul. Sharon Srock is a talented writer and she delivers a story which is extremely touching, with a powerful message.Pam is the main character in this book. She has been betrayed and abused by her first husband, Alan Archer. She can never forgive him for his treatment of her. She does not want to forgive him. They have two wonderful children [...]

    28. Forgiveness on Deadline (review of Pam by Sharon Srock)Reviewer: Janice S. Garey*****5 StarsPam is an engaging book that delves into the craziness that divorce puts individuals and families through. It shows the despair produced by verbal abuse, the damage to the children who look to their hurting parent to give a clue as to how to react to the parent who destroyed the family's happiness, and the difficulties in trying to work on forgiveness on the level of what Christ requires of his followers. [...]

    29. Ah, forgiveness—we know as Christians that we need to forgive as we hope to be forgiven, but what if it just seems to be too hard. Pam endured an emotionally abusive husband who flaunted an affair in her face. His cruel words and actions nearly destroyed her. Now, four years later, she is happily married to a wonderful new husband, surrounded by her close friends and enjoying contentment and peace. Then that ex-husband and his new wife move back to her town and her church and her children’s [...]

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