“You hurt me by rejecting me, then you crushed me by dying. I’ve been in pain for more than ten years. I felt like my heart had been ripped out of my chest,” Aria confesses in Hallee Bridgeman’s novel, An Aria for Nick.
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Great Yummy Healthy recipes made easy. Learn how your Blender can be a great partner in the kitchen. I enjoyed the recipes I tried from this book and so did my family! Grin!…Continue
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Heart-tugging story about a Harvey Girl.
Through The Deep Waters was my introduction to Kim Vogel Sawyer's books, and honestly, I'm surprised I haven't picked them up before.
One of the things that made me pick up this book is the Harvey…Continue
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You can't beat Janice Thompson's romantic comedy!
To take a quote just a little bit out of context “(This book is) hysterical!” I found myself trying to smother my laughter late at night because I just couldn't put the book down. A Bouquet Of Love will pull you in from page one to the last sweet-as-tea line.…Continue
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Smashing good fun!
When I read the first book in the series I was hooked and I have been eagerly anticipating each of the succeeding books.
When reading a Julianna Deering book I am reminded of Audrey Hepburn's recurring comment in Paris When It Sizzles about a…Continue
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Wonderful Biblical fiction!
I got hooked on Kacy Barnett-Gramckow's Biblical fiction several years ago when I discovered her Genesis Trilogy. That series made me revise my opinion of Biblical fiction. So I was pretty excited to get the chance to read and review Dawnlight.…Continue
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WWII fiction at its best!
With the 70th anniversary of so many important WWII events currently going on there has been a surge of interest, and with it has come a host of novels set in that era. Sarah Sundin's are some of the best! The story pulled me…Continue
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She remembers him as the most annoying bu in school. A flirt. And she would not think about him more than she had to......Not at all.
He remembers her as a thin, gangly girl he'd gone to school with. A few years younger than him. But...., she definitely wasn't a beanpole anymore. Had she always been this pretty?
When I picked up this book, it was late in the evening, so I told myself, "One chapter and that's it for today." Well, that didn't quite work out as…Continue
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“We need to pray more; we need to give more careful thought to the content of our prayers; and we need to spend more time preparing,” John MacArthur writes in the preface of his book, A Year of Prayer.
Complete review: http://connywithay.wordpress.com/2014/08/15/a-year-of-prayer/…Continue
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“I’m saying that when it comes to His children, God does not make mistakes. Regardless of how we judge ourselves or others, we are still His children, His creation, and He does not make junk,” Max explains to his friends in Bill Myers’s novel, Child’s Play.
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“Working with flowers was my dream job. Definitely the ribbon on my proverbial bouquet. But Babbas would never allow it. Like every Greek daughter, I would remain tied to his apron strings until the day I married,” Cassie ruminates in Janice Thompson’s novel, A Bouquet of Love.
Complete review: http://connywithay.wordpress.com/2014/08/15/a-bouquet-of-love/…Continue
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“So our preferred approach is to grill the main item, put it in a really big stainless steel bowl, then add all the remaining ingredients individually, and toss vigorously to combine them,” Chris Schlesinger and John Willoughby write in the introduction of their cookbook, The Big-Flavor Grill: No-Marinade, No-Hassle Recipes for Delicious Steaks, Chicken, Ribs, Chops, Vegetables, Shrimp, and Fish.
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“Today is a defining moment for you, Adam, whether you are going to begin walking in the light and forgiveness. Are you going to get back into the fight, or are you simply going to continue on the same path getting the same results?” Jim Ed asks in The Impressionist: Becoming the Masterpiece You Were Created to Be by Tim Clinton and Max Davis.
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“Where were you, God? Wasn’t I important enough? Was I just too bad – the one person who wasn’t worth it?” Shelley Beach and Wanda Sanchez write in one of the letters to God in their book, Love Letters from the Edge: Meditations for Those Struggling with Brokenness, Trauma, and the Pain of Life.
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“The State Department has confirmed that one U.S. citizen died from Ebola in Nigeria after being infected in Liberia. Two other American aid workers infected with Ebola – Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol - are in serious condition, but have shown slight improvement.
They were part of a team in Liberia from North Carolina-based Christian relief groups Samaritan’s…
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