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The story moves along well with the charming and likeable characters and the mysterious attacks.
The characters acted and spoke in ways that the perfect Christian characters would which at times I found a little annoying.
I read Bittersweet first and found myself wanting to read more about the characters from the second book.
This was an enjoyable story overall. The characters are mostly likable though some were better developed than others. There was enough mystery to keep me reading. Read morePublished 2 months ago by songbirdsue
I'd read a *lot* of Christian fiction in years past, and frankly grew tired of the silly, shallow storylines. I picked this up as a freebie and figured I'd give it a chance... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tah_Dah
I ordered this book for my granddaughter, she loves books set in older times. She likes this book very muchPublished 5 months ago by Ethel
I really liked this novel and love almost anything written by Cathy Marie Hake, but this is probably her best novel out of this series.Published 6 months ago by Jess
What a fun and delight book! The characters were well-developed, and the main character's little quirks were not so overdone as to become unbelievable--as a matter of fact I have a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by K.S. Shelby
Wonderful author, wonderful book. I would recommend this to anyone who loves historical romance. The book came in great condition and on time.Published 10 months ago by Kathleen McClung
Cathy Marie Hake is amazing in these two books! Right from the beginning you are so in love with the characters. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michelle Pellicciotti
Cathy Marie Hake writes an intriguing plot of humor, suspense, and romance.
Ruth Caldwell, a well-meaning woman who seems to attract dirt and accidents, is sent home from her... Read more
I enjoyed the book -- enough to take the time and write a review... although a little overbearing on the preachy side and a bit repetitive, it was still entertaining and I liked... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Deb