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My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I loved Until I Found You. The story is told in 3 viewpoints: the heroine, hero and the heroine’s grandmother.
I most appreciated the frankness of the grandmother who didn’t make light of struggles she had in her life. Each of these caused her to trust God more and more, but NONE of them gave her the warm fuzzies.
I loved the thread of the struggle to help the California condors escape extinction and the hero’s struggle to embrace chastity, a concept almost completely lost into today’s culture. I found the reason for this completely believable.
I also felt the heroine’s character was very believable. Things happen in every life that shape for good or ill. But the message in this book is that God can heal every heart that opens to him. A very good thing to remember.
QUESTION: Do you enjoy stories that involve more than one generation in a family? Do you have a favorite?–Lyn
To purchase, click here.Until I Found You
AND I’M WAY BEHIND ANNOUNCING WINNERS! SORRY–We’ve had lots of summer company; that happens when you live on a lake!
Jessica Keller’s winner
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Maureen Lang’s winner
Jo Ann Brown’s winner
FINALLY the winner of a signed copy of my latest Quaker Brides romance, BLESSING, is