Book Monday-Author Maureen Lang & Whisper on The Wind — 11 Comments

  1. Why thank you, Juanita! That was very nice of you : )

    And Lyn…..apparently you do *wink*

    Talk to you later,

  2. I really that this is during WWI.
    I am interested in reading a story set in that time period.


  3. For Hannah's benefit, I went to Borders here in Salem, Oregon, and asked re: Harlequin books, and they said no, but when I told them I was interested in the Love Inspired books, they knew right away where they were, and took me to them. They didn't seem to sell the others, though I wasn't interested anyway. I love the positive, uplifting, God-honoring, stories that magnifies the Lord and encourages us to walk closer to Him. Juanita W

  4. I've been seeing this book around the blogging world a lot lately. It looks wonderful, and I can't wait to read it!! 🙂

  5. Wow! Didn't expect to have you actually answer, Maureen! LOl!

    They really do sound very interesting. I'm going to have to check Borders…do you know if they carry them? Oh I'm hoping so! Otherwise, it would be very difficult for me to get my hands on them, lol!
    Talk to you soon, thanks,

  6. Thanks for asking about the order of the books, Hannah! It makes absolutely no difference in what order they are read (unlike many other series, I know!). Actually the numbering of the books has been left off intentionally, because each one is an independent read – new storyline, new set of characters. Technically the heroine in Whisper on the Wind is the younger sister of the hero in Look to the East, but other than lending a thought about one another and a couple vague references, they never have any interaction.
    All three books are set during the First World War, and all three have European settings – but that's all that ties them together.
    So feel free to read them in any order! I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed writing them. 🙂

  7. Love the name of the book. So glad there is some way we can hear about the books out there. I would never look at every book in a bookstore, but when I know what is good, I look for them. I have quite a wish list. I need to get the 1st book too. Assuming one follows the other. Juanita

  8. Hey Lyn,
    I've never heard of these books, but this one sounds…fabulous!! Seriously, thank you for pointing it out : )

    Do you know if you have to read them in order?

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