(Book Review) The Moment Between

The Moment BetweenReviewed by: Hanna Smith, professional writing major at Taylor University



Title: The Moment Between

Author: Nicole Baart

Publisher: Tyndale House

Publication Date: April 2009

Format: Paperback

Length: 362 Pages


Abigail Bennett has been in her sister’s shadow since the day she was born. The only one able to calm her sister’s instability, Abigail has never truly been free to live her own life. Even after her sister’s suicide, Abigail still is motivate by her sister’s drastic actions.

Abigail ventures to Canada in a quest for revenge on the man she blames for driving her sister over the edge: Tyler Kampf. Through a series of unusual events, Abigail is taken in by the owner of Thompson’s winery, Tyler’s uncle. As she lives and works beside the man she’s come to hate, Abigail is forced to make a choice. Is vengeance on Tyler truly what she wants, or can she bring herself to forgive him and finally be set free?


Rating (1 to 5)

4 out 5 stars

Suggested Audience

Adult Women

Christian Impact

Nicole Baart creates a perfect example of the struggle to forgive. Her subtle spiritual input covers a variety of internal struggles, such as depression, guilt, and coping with the loss of a loved one. Christians, old and new, will find strength in her subtle story of God’s redemptive work in his creation.

Hanna Smith is a professional writing major at Taylor University who enjoys getting lost in a good book.

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