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All in One Place Paperback – August 22, 2007
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I loved all the characters at the cafe,especially Father Sam and Cor. They added a dimension to the book.
Small towns are a pain but you find more of a sense community than in a big city.
I look forward to the next book in the series.
Reviewed by Cindy Sproles
Mountain Breeze Ministries
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Review by Roseanna White
Terra knew she had to get away from her abusive boyfriend. What she didn't know was why she had chosen to go to the backwater town of Harland, Montana. Sure, her sister lived there. But she hadn't so much as spoken to Leslie in months--even though Leslie's son had been battling for his life and Leslie had emailed her time and again. Still, she was here. The question was, would her sister be willing to pick up where they left off? Without demanding to know the secrets that had kept Terra away during the last trying year?
Of course, trouble seems to follow Terra here, too. Within a couple hours she ends up on the wrong side of the law--and hence her sister. To make matters worse, Leslie's spouting something about "faith" and "God." And why is it that the officer who arrested her won't get out of her mind and seems to be popping up everywhere she is? She has little choice but to stick around until her court hearing. Assuming she can survive life in Harland.
All in One Place is, quite simply, a fantastic book. I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked it up, but what I found was a story cleverly and wittily written, filled with insight, drama, and a comedic touch. Terra, from whose point of view the story is told, is a realistic, worldly woman, lovable in spite of her biases and foibles. She knows her own failings and is determined to make up for some of them; which is why she finds it so difficult to accept that there's a God out there who cares about her. Struggling with a rough childhood and her own decisions as an adult, she finds a community and friends in Harland that she never expected. I loved the fact that I could believe her, even when I didn't agree with her.Read more ›
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Nice easy reading Christian romance. I enjoyed the first book as well and looking forward to the third.Published 10 days ago by michelle H.
This sweet lovestory continues what was begun in the first book of the trilogy, continuing the sweet story of the first book, with the suspense of a missing sister's return and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peggie Bell
Well developed characters and captivating story. A little more editing would make a more polished work, but I thoroughly enjoyed this read.Published 4 months ago by Wanda Bernal