Left to Die Blog Tour!

 Welcome and happy Monday to all my readers!!!

I have a super special, exciting post today! Today is the official release of Ivy Rose's new book "Left to Die"!!! I loved her first book, The Old River Road, and so I was very excited to read her next book. It was wonderful as well and I would definitely recommend it! Let's get going on this exciting blog tour -


Lindy Greene’s life is perfect. Too perfect. But living as a missionary nurse, serving in a small hospital in China, soon brings the disaster she fearfully anticipates. All of her well-thought-out plans for the future disintegrate after pulling a fatally ill, disfigured, abandoned child from a pile of trash. She doesn’t even like babies.
Nathan Thomas can’t find balance. College suited him just fine until his cash ran out, forcing him to the Chinese mission field with his parents. The chaotic atmosphere in China does little to relax his agitated mind, and the pretty blonde nurse at the hospital does nothing to help him focus.
The Chinese mission field isn’t for the faint of heart. Nathan wonders how he can survive his remaining time there, while Lindy struggles to help everyone she can. With different ideals pulling them in separate directions, there is one thing drawing them together: a tiny, sickly, crippled orphan who relies on them to stay alive.

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Left To Die is truly an impacting book! The story follows the lives of Lindy, Nathan, and sweet baby Jia living in the dangerous and busy country of China. Lindy is a normal young woman who is trying to follow the Lord. Her life is going wonderfully until God rocks her world with the finding of a sweet baby girl in a trash can. Nathan is a young man also trying to follow the Lord, but struggling with the desire to fix all the injustice and evil he sees around Him, which of course is impossible. Both of them are challenged to let God direct their lives and let Him lead them wherever that may be. This is a wonderful book with an impacting message! I loved Ivy's writing style and the whole book was amazing. Anything negative about it? Not much. The only things I didn't like as much were the book was not very descriptive and thinking back I was never able to get a sense of what the surroundings looked like. The other thing I didn't like as much was I felt like the book was "narrow",if you will, on what it talked about. The plot was focused only on Lindy, Nathan, and Jia and at either the hospital or her house for the most part. It is still such a good book and I was completely captivated throughout reading it! Ivy Rose is an incredible author and I'm very much looking forward to reading more of her books!!! ♥♥♥


Ivy Rose is an 18 year old history lover and literary enthusiast. Aside from writing, she enjoys being outdoors, eating chocolate, traveling, reading, and doing TaeKwonDo. She resides with her family of 9 on the banks of the Long Lake in eastern Washington.

She can be found at various places on the internet:




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  1. "Left to Die" was such a great book! Blog tours are so much fun. :)

    1. Yes, it was! And yes, totally! They're great :)

  2. Great review, Hannah!! :) This sounds like a good book.

    1. Thank you, Rebekah! It's a wonderful book! =)

  3. Thank you so much for being a part of my blog tour, Hannah!

    1. You're so welcome! Thank YOU for letting me be a part of it!!

  4. Oooh, wow, this looks like a really good book!! I'll definitely enter the giveaway!


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