Book Title: The House That Love Built
Author: Beth Wiseman
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pub Date: April 2, 2013 (320 Pages, Paperback)
Genre: Christian Fiction, Romance
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Brooke has only loved one man. Owen’s heart is filled with bitterness. Can a mysterious house bring them together for a second chance at love?
In the small town of Smithville, Texas, Brooke Holloway is raising six-year-old Meghan and ten-year-old Spencer on her own two years after her husband’s death. Being a single-mom and running the family’s local hardware store keep her busy.
While Meghan longs for a daddy, Spencer has threatened to run away if Brooke even goes out on a date. But the last thing on Brooke’s mind is falling in love. When a stranger moves to town and buys a house with a mysterious past, Brooke can’t contain her curiosity. As she spends time with the new owner, she wonders if maybe God is giving her another chance at happiness.
Owen Saunders fled the big city to start over in a small, rural town famous for baking the world’s largest gingerbread man. Then he bought an old house to restore-for all the wrong reasons. If anything needs restoration, it is Owen’s heart in the aftermath of his failed marriage. With little hope and lost faith, Owen is tempted by happiness when he meets Brooke, but his heart remains sealed shut.
As they learn more about Owen’s house, one thing becomes obvious to both of them: God has put them together for a reason.
What a way this book starts and how it ends is amazing. You get to see how a god works in a way though a completely different way. Brooke is trying to get over her grief of her husband. She caring for her two children. Though she also has her struggles. Owen is new in town. He buys a house that big for him out spite of his ex-wife. Owen starts doing repair in this house. There something adventures. There a big surprise that
you will not expect to happen.
You learn about forgiving and you learn about how to handle grief.
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Book Title: Kentucky Weddings
Author: Terry Fowler
Publisher: Barbour Books
Pub Date: June 1, 2011 (368 Pages, Paperback)
Genre: Christian Fiction
Series: Romancing America
Book Source: I bought the book for myself
Visit blue grass horse country and meet the three Truelove siblings who have big dreams concerning their careers that don’t include unlikely romances. Val wants to turn a horse farm into a wedding business, but each of her ideas is countered by an architect with a grudge. Heath wants to finally put his education to use, but the return of his first love makes him face long held fears. Opie wants it all, including a culinary career and a family, but a date with Paris’s most eligible bachelor shows her just how old-fashioned some men can still be about marriage.
This book about the 3 oldest children. It starts out about Val Truelove. She and her siblings are to help pay for the younger siblings education. Val put her heart in the a prayer to god. She is reward with lottery ticket from her boss. She does not know that she wins or anything right away. She prays about it and ask her dad what to do. Doe’s Val get her wish to make a wedding venture which is her dream. Doe’s see get her wish and something un-expecting as well.
Heath wants to do something with is education but what does he do when his first love come to work at the farm. Heath not sure if he should do what he loves doing or get a real job. Does Heath and Jane get together? To find out you will need to read it.
Opie has a mind to work in her chosen career. But her sister buy her a date with a Batchlor of the month at an auctions and things get a little more strange and hard for her. Things start to get a better but their now story though out the three stories together.
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Book Title: Idaho Brides
Author: Erica Vetsch
Genre: Christian Fiction, Romance, Historical Fiction,
Series: Romancing America
Publisher: Barbour Books
Pub Date: June 1, 2011
Experience the Wild West through the eyes of the three McConnell brothers who long to overcome their troubled childhood as drunkard’s sons. Can Alec show that he’s worthy of the ranch boss’s daughter? Can Trace help a distraught woman trust again? Will Cal prove his innocence to a U. S. Marshal in disguise? Will they each find a woman with whom they can trust their tender hearts?
I loved this book. It got some romance in it but it based on the actions and the wild west kinda sett The McConnell brothers all face trouble. It starts with Alec McConnell and Cattle steeling. Clara get involved and things start to happen. Cattle start to disappear. But can Alec save the ranch and Clara? to find out you need to read it for yourself.
The second story is about Trace McConnell. He goes on a kidnapping case once Lilly niece gets kidnapped by two men. This stories connected with the first for their a Boss and they are looking for him and his gang. This story starts in Money Creek and then goes to Jardin and once other place. Lilly is deterimed to find her niece after she loose her sister. Wondering what happens to Trace and Lilly? Do they save the children that were kidnapped. Find out by reading this book.
The third story is about Cal McConnell. This story is really base in the town of Money Creek. This story is some fun and scary for they find the Boss and where he been staying. They also stage a McConnell. Cal is the stage Coach driver. Trace is away and Alec is at the ranch. Maggie Davis comes and things get a little strange. Will Maggie help Cal out? Do they find who the Big Boss is and his Helper is? You need to read this book for yourself to decide. I dislike giving surprises to anyone about the end of the story. The only thing I will say is that the three stories connect to each other.
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Today I have finally posting about my blog first Birthday. It birthday was in April and I had no time to post about it and update it.
It will be another . What would like me to do for this first Blogoversary. I want to celabreate and maybe bring something new to the blog as long as I can do so.