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Honor, Book One of my “Quaker Brides” series-Excerpt — 18 Comments

  1. your book sounds very interesting I would love to read it I I don’t win I will get it from the library you write great books

  2. Honor’s plight sounds very intriguing. I’m sure I disappointed my parents, as I was growing up. There were times I made unwise decisions, and I know they were unhappy about those–nothing of the magnitude of Honor’s decision.

  3. Honor sounds like a wonderful book and I would totally love it!

    mauback55 at cebridge dot net

  4. I would love to win a copy of this book. It reads like a real winner. The Quaker topic I find very fascinating. Thank You for the giveaway opportunity. christyjc(at)bellsouth(dot)net

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  6. I was so engrossed in reading that I forgot that this was only a snippet of the story. I have never been in that type of situation but yes I have disappointed someone I loved.

  7. This book catches my attention. I have had to disappoint ones I love due to lack of funds – more so now than ever as I have a $ 1,122 spend down every month to have insurance and I cannot pay it.

  8. Hey Lyn , Honor did capture my attention . When my mom was sick and dying I sit with her day and night . But I ask my self did do all I could . I know i did but you can’t help but ask the question . I do not regret anything I did for her , I woukd do it all over again . I would love to win your new book Honor . Thanks for the chance .
    lizd225(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. Wow, the excerpt really sets up the conflict very well. To answer your question, I disappointed my parents with my career choices. I decided not to go to medical school, deciding to go to grad school for my PhD instead. And then left that program with just a Masters when I realized that research was not for me. I know my parents were really disappointed both times but they were nice to me about it. The book sounds really interesting!

  10. I disappointed both my parents when I quit nursing school. It was a hard decision but I decided after 5 months it just wasn’t what I was meant to be. Ironically my son is now a nurse giving injections, one thing I shied away from when I was in school.
    Would love to win this book to read and review!

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