The Kirkus Review For The Crooked Path
In her first novel, Abersold, who co-pastors an Alabama church with her husband, shows Christian prayer and faith at work in a small Missouri town.
As Christian romance, the book extends charity, love and forgiveness without stooping to vulgar sensationalism; think 50 tasteful shades of love. The story succeeds in portraying what the author imagines to be a simpler, cleaner life back in 1959.
A gentle romance peppered with homespun expressions of faith in action, which will satisfy readers who trust in the Lord.