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The Weaver's Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd

The Weaver's Daughter by Sarah E. LaddThis novel is set within the time period of the Indusrial Revolution in Yorkshire, England. Henry Stockton is coming home to the village of Amberdale after serving as a soldier for three years. The sights, sounds, and actions of war has caused him to have nightmares and flashbacks, but…See More
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The Patriot Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse

Oh my, where do I begin? This was beyond anything I imagined. Learning history I didn't know through fiction is fun. I learned some real things about George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, who were some of the main characters in this novel, by reading the author's notes at the end. Fascinating! This was set during the Revotionary War with Paul Revere and Patrick Henry among others featured in the story. Faith and Matthew, the main female and male characters, however, were fictionalized. They…See More
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A Simple Singing by Leslie Gould

This was a dual timeline novel with connections on both ends. (Marie 2013 and Annie 1863) They both lived in the same town and the same house but were separated by 150 years. Annie was Marie's great great great aunt and Marie learned a lot not only about Annie but about herself from hearing Annie's story from her Aunt Suz. I didn't warm up to Marie at the beginning. She was self righteous and always pointing out others sins without examining her own life. She was strict Amish through and…See More
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Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JULY 2018 GIVEAWAY (4) Copies of SAFE REFUGE in the group PAMELA S MEYERS - AUTHOR GROUP
"1. If I don’t know an author or a particular book I always read descriptions and reviews before deciding to try it. I look for readers that point out bad language or explicit sex ( sometimes in so called Christian books! ) I review every book…"
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Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JULY 2018 GIVEAWAY (1) $10.00 GIFT CARD in the group VINCENT JAMES VEZZA
"I can’t imagine what a total mess my life would be in without the guidance of the Holy Spirit. However, many people don’t believe in God or don’t want to give up control of their lives."
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Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JULY 2018 GIVEAWAY 1 PB ABANDONED MEMORIES in the group MARYLU TYNDALL
"3. I’m loving the Daughters of the Mayflower series. I’m on number four, The Patriot Bride."
Jul 31
Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JULY 2018 GIVEAWAY 1 POUND ABUNDANT LIFE COFFEE in the group GEORGE M. WEAVER
"2. Convicted was non-fiction but read like fiction. A corrupt cop and a black man wrongly convicted but wind up being friends and working together."
Jul 31
Gail Hollingsworth replied to Nora St.Laurent's discussion JULY 2018 GIVEAWAY 1 PB JUST CLAIRE 1 PB ROAD TRIP 1 GOD'S MERCIES AFTER SUICIDE )1) Pen and Post Card in the group JEAN WILLIAMS - AUTHOR GROUP
"I love fiction because it gives me a little escape from the real world and I learn about new places and real history in some books."
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A Love for Leah by Amy Lillard

Sometimes heartbreaking but mostly heart touching story. This continues the story of the Gingerich Family of Pontotoc, Mississippi. Leah and Hannah, twin sisters had left the Amish years ago but both had come back home. Hannah was finding her Amish roots once again but Leah had been led to a Mennonite faith. Leah is very opinionated and stubborn. She locks horns with newcomer Jaime, Amish, who is caring for his nephew Peter. My heart went out to Peter. Only six, he had lost his whole family in…See More
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Dead Drift by Dani Pettrey

This was a very active, suspenseful and sometimes deadly search for terrorist activities on U.S. soil. The terrorist leader, Ebeid, has a world renown scientist working on a way to spread anthrax on a deadly scale to infiltrate large populous areas. Luke Gallagher has been on the search for the leader for the last seven years through several countries and has now traced him back to the U.S. Kate Maxwell is shocked to see him after wondering where he had disappeared for all those years. She has…See More
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The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond by Jaime Jo Wright

The House on Foster Hill, Jaime Jo Wright's debut novel, was excellent but in my opinion, The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond is even better! It was a story that grabbed me from the very beginnng and wouldn't let go, and I'm still not sure that I've been released. Considered a dual timeline novel, it vacillates between 1907 and present day. Each of the 41 chapters has either the name Libby (1907) or Annalise (present day) as the title of the chapter. I had no problem keeping up with which time…See More
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The Weaver's Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd

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The Weaver's Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd

This novel is set within the time period of the Indusrial Revolution in Yorkshire, England. Henry Stockton is coming home to the village of Amberdale after serving as a…

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The Patriot Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse

Posted on August 9, 2018 at 10:22pm 0 Comments

Oh my, where do I begin? This was beyond anything I imagined. Learning history I didn't know through fiction is fun. I learned some real things about George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, who were some of the main characters in this novel, by reading the author's notes at the end. Fascinating! This was set during the Revotionary War with Paul Revere and Patrick Henry among others featured in the story. Faith and Matthew, the main female and male characters, however, were fictionalized.…

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A Simple Singing by Leslie Gould

Posted on August 6, 2018 at 10:22pm 0 Comments

This was a dual timeline novel with connections on both ends. (Marie 2013 and Annie 1863) They both lived in the same town and the same house but were separated by 150 years. Annie was Marie's great great great aunt and Marie learned a lot not only about Annie but about herself from hearing Annie's story from her Aunt Suz.

I didn't warm up to Marie at the beginning. She was self righteous and always pointing out others sins without examining her own life. She was strict Amish through…

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Texas Law by Anne Greene

Posted on July 30, 2018 at 4:36pm 0 Comments

This novella started with a bang, almost literally! Traveling by stagecoach, Caitlin and her sister Jane were held up by three masked bandits. After roughing them up, taking their jewelry and all their cash, the lead guy vowed to come back later and kidnap Cat. The money was to be deposited in the bank to pay the mortgage on her father's cattle ranch. When finding out, he was livid and immediately sent a telegram to hire a Pinkerton agent to hunt down the crooks and get his money…

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At 9:22am on October 26, 2016, Ane Mulligan said…

Thanks for the friend request, and thank you for all your kind words about my books. 

At 9:05pm on August 18, 2014, Kathy Harris said…

Hi, Gail! I'm forwarding your note to Fred for the best answer.

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At 4:28pm on May 24, 2014, Kathy Harris said…

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