Author Terri Reed & Does Love Take Courage? — 9 Comments

  1. I love the story of Ruth…..Naomi, Boaz. Just finished Mine is the Night and loved it! Loving your tour, Terri!

  2. The first person who comes to mind is Esther. Another one would be the heroine in a book I finished yesterday. The heroine fell in love with the hero, but since he was a vampire and he was leaving after he was sure no other vampires would come after her, she knew they could never be together. But, she still told him anyway.

  3. Christine and Paty, thanks for stopping by.
    Paula, I agree that love others isn’t for the faint of heart. I think that is why God calls us to do so because he knows our nature is to love ourselves instead. Thank for you visiting.

  4. Thanks Terri for your wonderful story of Love and bravery, I dont have a particular person but am thinking that today when there are so many divorces and folks not willing to try a little harder in their marriages. It would take a very brave person to be strong enough to commit and let their love show with someone.
    Paula O

  5. Valri, I too love the story of Esther. She was courageous.

    Judy, Mary the mother of Jesus was definitely brave in so many ways. I love the song by Amy Grant called Breath of Heaven. My daughter sang it last year at the Christmas concert.

  6. Mary, the Mother of Jesus, comes to my mind immediately. How hard was it to raise her son and then watch him die on a cross? My heart aches thinking of what Mary had to endure!

  7. I’ve always loved the story of Esther and her courage! She is such an example of doing what is right even though the consequences may be difficult! She certainly showed bravery to me! I love Terri’s books! I enjoy her characters so much! They always seem like real people to me and when I get to the end of the book, I am sad to see them go!

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