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Home Sweet Home (The Sweet Life Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 297 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Return to Paradise: The Coming Home Series - Book 1 by Barbara Cameron
"Return to Paradise" by Barbara Cameron
Barbara Cameron launches The Coming Home Series with Return to Paradise. David leaves his Amish community to escape an overly stern, abusive father, also leaving behind his fiance', Lavina. Forgiveness is the lesson for everyone when David's father is diagnosed with cancer. Will David return and make peace with his father and the woman he abandoned? Learn more | See author page

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  • File Size: 4032 KB
  • Print Length: 297 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480285110
  • Publication Date: September 13, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005NA480A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,467 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kristen Brown was born and raised in Rhode Island. Her husband is retired military and they have lived all over the United States but now call Ohio their home, along with their two children and three dogs, eight cats and a rabbit. She is currently working on the fourth book in The Sweet Life series, Bittersweet.

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I was very surprised to find this labeled as Christian and was only able to get through the first few chapters. While the main character spoke of God, prayer and going to church, she was constantly saying God's name in vain - and this was just at the beginning of the book. The main character also got upset at her sisters and almost called them a not so nice name. The author did this by putting the first two letters of the word, then a dash. What is up with that? If I want to hear God's name in vain or curse words, (which I don't) I can just turn on the TV and watch most any show. Before purchasing this e-book, I read the description of the book along with all the reviews and had no reason to believe it wasn't a Christian book. This e-book was only 99 cents so thankfully I didn't lose very much money. However, when a book is labled as Christian, that's what it should be. My opinion isn't based on just how I think a Christian should and shouldn't talk, it's in the Bible. In order to submit a review, you have to at least give it one star for the review to be submitted, so I did that. But, based on my Biblical beliefs, I do not give it any stars at all. Very dissapointed.
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Do you really want to know how good I found this novel? I was so involved in this funny, fast moving christian book that I walked a speed of 3.5 on my treadmill for 72 minutes before I realized I had passed up my 30 minute limit. I LOVED IT, and the extra minutes on the treadmill didn't hurt either.
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this book was one of the best i've read. there are parts that make you chuckle an parts that make you laugh. very well put together book. no blood and gore, just a fun book to read. i enjoyed it and look forward to another by this author!
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This is, by far, the worst book I have read in the past 5 years. That's saying a lot! Home Sweet Home is full of punctuation/grammar errors from start to finish. The story is flat and the main character, Samantha behaves like anything but a Christian.

Kristen Brown lacks creativity, unique ideas and polished writing skills. I would consider her less than an armature writer, classifying her as a home-schooled writer with a few pennies to burn. So, she published a poorly written book to Amazon.

The stories not worth .99 cents let alone one penny. I won't be bothering with her upcoming novel, Sweetly Broken.
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Sure this book was a little predictable, but how could you not like it? Having sisters of my own, I know how relationships between female siblings can be hard, but in a Christian home, you would think they would be a little more encouraging to the widowed sister, especially after finding out about her two-timing deceased husband. I will definitely read the sequel, because I want to know if she ends up with the handyman!
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By lcumming on November 25, 2012
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I thoroughly enjoyed Kristen's Brown's book Home Sweet Home. Yes, there were some typos, grammatical errors and mispelled or left-out words, but I credit that to poor editing, and transfer problems from written text to the Kindle. It's a common problem, I've discovered, but one I'm willing to live with. Ms. Brown is a delightful writer. The book had an interesting plot, lots of humor, and believable characters. The Christian part was subtle, but definitely present. I loved Sam's self-depricating humor, and her willingness as a character to make amends with her family, and pray about things out loud. I found myself in some of her actions. I don't remember any curse words - maybe they were there, but I just missed them, if they were. I loved the book and the humor and was very disappointed to find that she hadn't written more books! Hurry up, Kristen Brown, and write!
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This was a good story but spelling and grammar were really bad. I probably would not read further books by this author.
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Samantha has a quick wit and doesn't need the frequent references to her impulsive behavior or red hair to let the reader know that her mouth and body go into action far quicker than her brain. Not sure that I like her actually. Her family seems quite sensible at the beginning of the book but loses credibility rapidly when they embrace Tiffany as an adopted family member. Being a Christian does not equate with being stupid. Additionally, the proof reader must not have actually read the book. No one could miss "The SweAt Pea" as opposed to "The SweEt Pea".
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